Disclosure Woes

A new analysis published in the Archives of Internal Medicine says that the medical journal disclosure policy that requires a note at the end of papers listing any relationships the authors have with industry isn't working all that well, writes Katherine Hobson in the Wall Street Journal's Health Blog.

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