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U.S. doctors and teaching hospitals were paid $3.5 billion by drug and device makers over five months in 2013, according to the first comprehensive disclosure of the companies' financial ties to the medical professionals that prescribe and use their products. The pay has "an insidious corrupting influence," said Michael Carome of Public Citizen, a Washington-based nonprofit watchdog group. [Full Story]
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