This is appalling. I stopped taking pens from drug reps, much less lavish meals after I read compelling data showing that even a clipboard with a drug's name on it makes you more likely to prescribe that drug. This occurs unconsciously.
The idea that plaintiffs in a case before the court paid for Scalia's luxury travel is appalling.
The man was a sleazy corporate whore. Sorry. I am supposed to be respectful of the dead. He is a dead sleazy corporate who're.
Some argue that the trips could create the appearance of a conflict of interest, particularly when the sponsors are known for their political views.
WWW.NYTIMES.COM|BY ERIC LIPTON