NIH Will Seek New Rules on Conflicts of Interest

December 22, 2009

The National Institutes of Health is planning to propose new rules for researchers receiving its grants, requiring that they disclose financial ties to medical entities and barring them from publishing articles that are "ghostwritten" by drug company officials, USA Today reported. The proposed rules follow Congressional inquiries into reports of conflicts of interest by some prominent biomedical researchers.

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