Gifts to physicians
HHS IG deletes one project from FY 2002 work plan: review of 1990 FDA regulations regarding gifts to physicians from pharmaceutical companies is unnecessary. FDA does not have regulations on gifts to physicians. The work plan was issued Oct. 1 (1"The Pink Sheet" Oct. 8, p. 5)...
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