On the Board

Some 40 percent of the largest pharmaceutical companies have at least one board member on their board of directors who is also in a leadership position at an academic medical center, researchers led by Walid Gellad from the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System and his colleagues report in the Journal of the American Medical Association this week.

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