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For physicians, another option on education

Classes won’t take drug firms’ money

Dr. Martin Samuels wants to provide continuing medical education to doctors across the country. Dr. Martin Samuels wants to provide continuing medical education to doctors across the country. (Adam Hunger for The Boston Globe)
By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / September 14, 2010

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Last week, Dr. Martin Samuels received a dinner invitation in the mail: He was invited to The Palm steakhouse to hear a Columbia University specialist discuss novel treatments for multiple sclerosis — and to earn continuing medical education credits. (Full article: 1205 words)

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