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Conflicts of Interest: More Questions than Answers

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It was fitting that this year's TCT conference included a session on physician/industry conflicts of interest since this has been a hot topic recently in the press, and because TCT is probably the most industry-focused of all the major clinical conferences. Not surprisingly, the panel of physicians raised more questions than answers about both individual and institutional conflicts and how they should be handled.

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