Bioethics, capitalism, media ethics, medical ethics, public policy, rant

>Everyone else does it

>The American Medical Association and the American Medical Student Association are both up in arms about contact between drug companies and other vendors and doctors and medical students. And yet, no one complains when a New York Times story about the fuss contains advertising. (Free registration required — is “free” anything undue influence?)

I’ve said it before, perhaps I can be bought, but not for a pen, some samples or lunch.

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  1. >Sorry to be off-topic but I am a pro-life MD in Georgia, and I'm glad I found your site. I am trying to subscribe to your feed and am finding myself unable. Could you perhaps put up how to connect with you blog feed or perhaps it's URL? Feel free to delete this comment once you are done. You can email me the info. My email address is on my blogger profile.

    Posted by JD | June 9, 2008, 3:35 pm

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