Spine Society Adopts Stricter Conflict Disclosure Policy
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Members of the North American Spine Society and all practitioners who present at NASS meetings, publish in its journals, or serve on its committees will for the first time need to disclose dollar amounts of financial ties to device companies
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