SPOTLIGHT: JAMA loosens rule silencing those alleging conflicts of interest

Traditionally, the Journal of the American Medical Association has had a policy in place demanding that those alleging that study authors had undisclosed financial conflicts keep their mouths shut--at least until the journal had a chance to investigate the allegations on its own. Now, however, the policy seems to be loosening. Article

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