Some medical schools are shutting their doors to Big Pharma

AMSA has created a scorecard ranking U.S. medical schools on the amount of influence Big Pharma has on each school’s program. The rankings take into account how much direct contact pharmaceutical companies have with the programs.

So who got an A? Five schools received the mark: Stanford, UC Davis, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Yale.

See full results here..

Hat tip to Pharmalot.

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Aside from the ethical implications of what big pharma does, reps, presumably, have irritated others to such a degree where they have divoriced themselves from everything they represent.

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