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Pharma pays over €8m to healthcare organisations

By Catherine Reilly | February 3, 2020

Healthcare organisations, including hospitals, were provided with over €8 million in funding by the pharmaceutical industry in 2018, according to figures compiled by the Medical Independent. The payments are listed on the pharmaceutical company pages within the transfer of value (ToV) register, which was established by the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA).…

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