Aussie Drug Makers Propose Disclosing Gifts To Health Consumer Groups
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Medicines Australia's proposed code of conduct, subject to a government commission's approval, would include a novel requirement of disclosure of money provided to health consumer organizations, according to the latest drug industry version.
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