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UK, May 2013 – Milburn, the NHS, and Britain’s ‘revolving door’

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USA, June 2016 – Former state Sen. Ron Calderon’s guilty plea in corruption case marks blow to political dynasty

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UK, November 2015 – Andrew Lansley takes post advising drugs firm involved in dispute with NHS

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Officials allege that 88 doctors in Puerto Rico gained their credentials through fraud or bribery. The doctors are accused of bribing officials to change exam results so that they would be allowed to practice. It is alleged that medical licensing board officials took bribes of as much as US$6,000 per candidate, to raise the marks…

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Six former and current Novartis Korea employees, including the former CEO, were indicted in August 2016, for providing US$2.34 million to doctors in return for using the company’s products. The inducements were provided by funding academic events organised by complicit medical publications, with money given to doctors for attending the events and writing articles for…

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