Throwing a Little Sunshine on Conflicts of Interest | GenomeWeb

Vivian Cheng at Science Progress writes that there is widespread knowledge of financial conflicts among researchers with some instances that go so far as to affect patient safety or well-being. Recommendations to reduce these conflicts have been to standardize financial disclosure requirements and requiring disclosure for journal articles and studies.

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