Docs on Pharma Payroll Have Blemished Records, Limited Credentials
Hundreds of doctors paid by pharmaceutical companies to promote their drugs have been accused of professional misconduct, were disciplined by state boards or lacked credentials as researchers or specialists, ProPublica has found. We compiled data from seven companies, covering $257.8 million in payouts since 2009 for speaking, consulting and other duties
ProPublica is tracking the financial ties between doctors and medical companies.
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