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Just 55 percent of UK doctors and other health care professionals agreed to publicly disclose information about their financial ties with drug makers, according to a new analysis.

The showing is a disappointment for the UK pharmaceutical industry’s trade group, which has touted its relatively new database, called Disclosure UK, as a vehicle for greater transparency that can generate increased trust among doctors, patients, and policy makers.

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  • As an ignorant colonial, this news puzzles me. If the government runs/ pays for the healthcare, how can they demur to participate in this exercise?
    [In American – Since the government pays them, how can they refuse?]

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