Apparently, for some docs, it's never enough. It infuriates me that the people mentioned in the article work on the public dime, develop their inventions on the public dime, but the general public gets squat in return. & spare me the humanitarian bullshit, it's all about the money. Maybe these docs, if they exceed their UW salary with industry "donations", ought to be forced to keep working, but without the public pay.
Heatley, president and founder of Med-Systems Inc., a Madison-based company that manufactures and markets the SinuCleanse over-the-counter saline nasal wash system, reported receiving $1.3 million from the company and working 40 days.