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In Science Progress, Michael Werner and Ari Stern discuss financial conflicts of interest in medical research. Lately, they say there's been a focus on disclosing possible conflicts of interest but they point out that more data is needed to know what sort of relationship between industry and academic research leads to compromised work.

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