McKinsey's Overlapping Work For FDA, Opioid Makers Raises Conflict Of Interest Questions
A House Oversight and Reform Committee report says McKinsey consultants advised the FDA on modernization of its new drugs regulatory program, the Sentinel Initiative, and other projects at the same time it was working for opioid manufacturers on related topics; agency says McKinsey did not inform it of potential conflicts of interest.
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