Eric Campbell

Harvard Medical School

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Sociologist and Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Health Policy Research Director at Massachusetts General Hospital

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The Patient's Right to Know - About Their Doctor’s Other Relationships

The so-called Sunshine Act, which is part of Obamacare, mandates financial disclosure by drug companies and the makers of medical devices.

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