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What do the FDA regulations governing disclosure of individual cois require?

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The FDA assess the likelihood of financial conflicts of interest (COI) in clinical research. Applicants are required to provide documentation to show their potential financial conflicts to avoid racketeering. The FDA then reviews the financial interests in relation to a specific study and makes a decision on whether there is a conflict. For instance, an individual seeking to participate in testing a medical device while serving as a researcher at a renowned learning institution may be prevented from doing so due to possible financial implications.

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