Revised ethics requirements bars drug firms from giving gifts to docs

Pharmaceutical companies that belong to the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Assns. must adhere to a newly revised code of ethics. Among the requirements, pharmaceutical companies are forbidden from giving docs money or other gifts that might influence drug choices, such as paying for trips to golf resorts or luxury hotels. The ethics code had not been update in a decade and now applies to 26 member companies, including Pfizer.

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