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Over €6.6m paid to healthcare professionals by pharma

By Catherine Reilly | December 3, 2019

Pharmaceutical companies paid over €6.66 million to healthcare professionals (HCPs) in Ireland last year, according to data compiled by the Medical Independent (MI) from the transfer of value (ToV) register operated by the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA). Some 44 pharmaceutical companies participate in the ToV register, including five companies that are…

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