Med schools don't police pharma gifts, report says

A new ranking from the American Medical Student Association shows that most medical schools in the United States don't keep a sharp enough eye on the money, gifts, and drug samples companies hand out to doctors and trainees; only seven of the 150 schools got a grade of "A" for their conflict of interest policies. Report

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