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A real step toward conflict disclosure

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

According to EWG VP of Research, Jane Houlihan, would be for The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to prohibit Sciences International's involvement in the evaluation of any chemicals related to its industry clients and develop a conflict of interest policy for all contractors.

The temporary suspension of Sciences International from the BPA review panel is neccessary but is not a comprehensive solution for dealing with cinflicts of interest at the federal health agency.

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