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  Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2011

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

Editors’ Note

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Narrative Symposium: Conflicting Interests in Medicine: Stories by Physicians on How Financing Affects Their Work

Introduction: Conflicting Interest in Medicine: Stories by Physicians on How Financing Affects Their Work

pp. 65-66
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Full Collection of Personal Narratives

Conflicting Interests in Medicine

pp. 67-90
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Individual Personal Narratives

Recognizing and Managing Our Conflict of Interest

pp. 67-68
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To Recruit or Not to Recruit for a Clinical Trial

pp. 68-70
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An Unexpected Lesson

pp. 70-72
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Am I on call for the entire Midwest?

pp. 72-74
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Why is Medicare Wasting Away?

pp. 74-76
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The Downside of the Informed Consent Juggernaut

pp. 76-78
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Expert Testimony at the Food and Drug Administration: Who Wants the Truth?

pp. 78-82
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Crossroads: The Intersection of Personal, Professional Society, and Industry Relationships

pp. 82-86
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A Change of Heart

pp. 86-88
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The Evolution of Conflicts of Interest in a New Subspecialty: A Case Study of the Development of Interventional Cardiology

pp. 88-90
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Commentaries

Re-examining Empirical Data on Conflicts of Interest Through the Lens of Personal Narratives

pp. 91-99
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Conflicts—and Consensus—about Conflicts of Interest in Medicine

pp. 101-105
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Research Article

“A Feeling that You’re Helping”: Proxy Decision Making for Alzheimer’s Research

pp. 107-122
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Case Study

When Ethics Consultation and Courts Collide: A Case of Compelled Treatment of a Mature Minor

pp. 123-131
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Research Areas

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