The amount of money that biomedical researchers receive from drug companies outstrips grants from the federal government, $55 billion versus $36 billion, respectively, reports the Los Angeles Times. With this funding, drug companies build close relationships with universities and their researchers who still appear to be impartial as they serve on committees that pen tre

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