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U of M: Doctor violated conflict of interest policy, didn't disclose Medtronic work

The University of Minnesota Medical School sent a "cautionary letter" but did not recommend any formal punishment after a review found Dr. David Polly received but did not adequately disclose $1.2 million in consulting fees from Medtronic. Polly tells the Star Tribune in an interview that he agrees with the committee's findings.
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The University of Minnesota Medical School sent a "cautionary letter" but did not recommend any formal punishment after a review found Dr. David Polly received but did not adequately disclose $1.2 million in consulting fees from Medtronic. Polly tells the Star Tribune in an interview that he agrees with the committee's findings.

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