Details in Katie Hobson's column in US News & World Report.
It was only a matter of time before the AAFP jumped in bed with big business with big pockets. It's been fine in the pharmaceutical industry for a couple of decades so why not a professional organization representing physicians supposedly acting as fiduciaries' for their patients' health. I think most family physicians missed this anouncement. What a slippery slope the AAFP is inching down. I'll be looking for the diet Coke ads in my next AAFP Journal.
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