The notion of independent educational sessions for doctors has again come under the spotlight in a new report which highlights the level of sponsorship put in by pharmaceutical companies to medical seminars.

This week’s British Medical Journal reports on an investigation in Australia which reveals sponsor involvement in the education of thousands of general practitioners.

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The notion of independent educational sessions for doctors has again come under the spotlight in a new report which highlights the level of sponsorship put in by pharmaceutical companies to medical seminars.

This week’s British Medical Journal reports on an investigation in Australia which reveals sponsor involvement in the education of thousands of general practitioner

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The notion of independent educational sessions for doctors has again come under the spotlight in a new report which highlights the level of sponsorship put in by pharmaceutical companies to medical seminars.

This week’s British Medical Journal reports on an investigation in Australia which reveals sponsor involvement in the education of thousands of general practitioner

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The notion of independent educational sessions for doctors has again come under the spotlight in a new report which highlights the level of sponsorship put in by pharmaceutical companies to medical seminars.

This week’s British Medical Journal reports on an investigation in Australia which reveals sponsor involvement in the education of thousands of general practitioner

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The notion of independent educational sessions for doctors has again come under the spotlight in a new report which highlights the level of sponsorship put in by pharmaceutical companies to medical seminars.

This week’s British Medical Journal reports on an investigation in Australia which reveals sponsor involvement in the education of thousands of general practitioner

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The notion of independent educational sessions for doctors has again come under the spotlight in a new report which highlights the level of sponsorship put in by pharmaceutical companies to medical seminars.

This week’s British Medical Journal reports on an investigation in Australia which reveals sponsor involvement in the education of thousands of general practitioner