Harvard University Medical School is setting new rules that will prohibit faculty members from giving promotional talks for drug and medical device makers and accepting personal gifts, travel, or meals from such companies, The Boston Globe reported. The new rules follow scrutiny from Congress over allegations of conflict of interest in federally sponsored biomedical research. Harvard officials told the Globe that they believed the rules would not block legitimate research collaboration between faculty members and companies.
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