Another Emory doc dinged by conflicts of interest; Non-profits have terrible 2008 financial performance;

> A second doctor with Emory University has been forced into the spotlight. He was disciplined by his employer after revealing that he'd been paid by Glaxo while conducting federal research on antidepressants--and never disclosed the relationship. FiercePharma

> From the department of not-too-surprising items, a new survey concludes that 2008 was one of the worst years, financially, for non-profits in recent memory. FierceHealthFinance

> Clearer direct-to-consumer pharma ads wouldn't only benefit consumers, they'd benefit pharma too, at least when their products work better than competing meds, a new analysis suggests. FiercePharma

> A publicly-run California health system has been cleared of charges that it misused funds from a roughly $500 million bond issue by keeping managed care contracting details secret. FierceHealthFinance

And Finally... Hey, if you're going to be a bank robber, you might as well be a responsible one. Article

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