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Groups Urge HHS To Limit Burden In Conflict Of Interest Reg Proposal

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Industry and research organizations are worried that HHS proposals to change financial conflict of interest reporting regulations will cause undue administrative burden for health care research centers and privacy concerns for investigators

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