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|Health reporters may become entangled in the same kinds of ethical conflicts they often expose when accepting industry-sponsored awards and relying on corporate public relations offices, three researchers warn. Journalism awards consisting of cash prizes and all-expense-paid trips given out by drug companies are among the more 'astonishing' financial ties between journalists and drug companies.|
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