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  • Not Quite What Friends Are For

    Folks who do industrial drug research know that they’re around proprietary information, and they generally know to keep quiet about it. That can be a bit… Read More
  • Be Sure The Funds Are Deposited

    I’ve written before here about the many people who are convinced that most (or all) diseases have to do with the body’s pH – most often, you h… Read More
  • A Field Guide to Authorship Fraud

    Here’s a good overview at Nautilus of the various sorts of authorship fraud that takes place with scientific publications. The authors, Adam Marcus of Gas… Read More
  • Unbowed at Theranos

    If you haven’t read this story on the person who appears to be the main Theranos whistleblower, do so immediately. Tyler Shultz is the grandson of George… Read More
  • Wholesale Clinical Data Fabrication

    Here’s a disturbing analysis of a long series of clinical trials conducted by Yoshihiro Sato and co-workers in Japan. As described in this article at Stat… Read More
  • Dupeless Needication

    Here are two papers have been going around on Twitter for a few days now. The first one is from a Hindawi title, “The Scientific World Journal”, fr… Read More
  • Pfizer Fires For Fakery

    Today’s second “bad behavior” story comes courtesy of Retraction Watch and Leonard Schneider’s For Better Science. Schneider has been t… Read More
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