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Which Is the Greater Conflict of Interest?
In the latest issue of JAMA Internal Medicine, the journal is publishing a collection of articles addressing conflicts of interest (COI)—specifically in regard to two association committees updating guidelines for high cholesterol and hepatitis C. Where does your opinion on COI lie?