Monday, June 9, 2008

Harvard Employees filing low claims

In a recent report at Prauda, they discuss the findings of US Senator Charles Grassley upon his investigation of three psychiatrists from Harvard, who worked at Massachusetts General, their reported earnings on payments they received from drug makers.

The three claimed to have received a few hundred thousand dollars from drug makers, but when asked to revised the reports, they claimed $1.6 million each in payments from drug companies. A further investigation is going to be done due to the fact that drug makers still claim they doctors were paid more money.

Senator Charles Grassley is hoping to prove to congress that the United States needs to have stricter rules on the national reporting system, specifically when it came to reports on payments that had to do with the pharmaceutical industry.

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