Clinical and Basic Science Research in Sexual Medicine Must Rely, in Part, on Pharmaceutical Funding?
Jannini, Emmanuele A
The journal of sexual medicine 2010 Jul; 7(7): 2331-7
The conflict of interest in sexual medicine (SM) is a never-ending debate between scientists who consider possible and fruitful the partnership between science and the pharmaceutical industry (pharma) and others who are afraid that such a relationship might contaminate the veracity of scientific research. The aim of this Controversy is to appreciate opinions from both perspectives.
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