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Most Medical Papers Didn’t Disclose Industry Payments: Preprint
Authors of papers published in JAMA and NEJM received millions in undisclosed payments in 2017, an analysis finds.
Most Medical Papers Didn’t Disclose Industry Payments: Preprint
Most Medical Papers Didn’t Disclose Industry Payments: Preprint

Authors of papers published in JAMA and NEJM received millions in undisclosed payments in 2017, an analysis finds.

Authors of papers published in JAMA and NEJM received millions in undisclosed payments in 2017, an analysis finds.

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