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Roundtable: conflicts of interest and medicine

The teaching hospitals associated with Harvard Medical School recently issued a directive forbidding top personnel from involving themselves with private health-care companies in various ways, as by accepting seats on the boards of drug companies. The Manhattan Institute's Medical Progress Today site assembles a roundtable on this topic that draws on a glittering display of talent, including Jack Calfee (AEI), Richard Epstein (Chicago), Thomas Stossel (Brigham & Women's), Thomas Huddle (U. of Alabama), Rita Numerof (Numerof & Associates), Lance Stell (Davidson College), and Elizabeth Whelan (American Council on Science and Health).



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


Published by the Manhattan Institute

The Manhattan Insitute's Center for Legal Policy.