Monday, May 27, 2013

Serving patients to pharma

"Perhaps the most astounding fact in the University of Minnesota case is while a whistle was blown on unethical research practices, the perpetrators left unscathed. The University of Minnesota side-stepped the lawsuit, and Olson – the doctor responsible for enrolling and keeping Markingson in the study – is still a practicing physician and professor today. The only sufferers were the patients."

Diana Kwon writes about the U's psychiatric research scandal in The McGill Daily.

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