publication date: Dec. 9, 2010

In this issue: 

NEJM Says Henschke Conflicts Irrelevant; Propriety Of Granting CME Questioned.

Grassley Pledges More Congressional Oversight of CME.

ODAC Advice: Avoid ESAs In Curative Settings, Require Patients To Sign Informed Consent.

Flat NIH Budget Threatens Future Of Research, Universities Say.

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