<p> Chromium 6_Carcinogen tested in 5 humans in the US </p> <p> Sat, 8 Nov 2003 </p> <p> Chromium 6 is classified by the Environmental Protection Agency as an “inhalation carcinogen.” Chromium 6 is a by-product of industrial processes and is linked to severe health problems, including lung cancer. No only those who saw the…

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Scientific Misconduct Notices News Stories on Human Research Protection and Commentary by Vera Hassner Sharav April 22, 2002 Scientific misconduct is a big problem undermining the integrity of the scientific literature. Data falsification leads others to erroneous conclusions that may have adverse consequences for patients in clinical research and clinical practice. On April 19 The…

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Presented by Vera Hassner Sharav
14th Tri-Service Clinical Investigation Symposium
Sponsored by The U.S. Army Medical Department and The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancment of Military Medicine

The cornerstone of public trust in medical research is the integrity of academic institutions and the expectation that universities, which rely on public funding, have a responsibility to serve the public good. Financial conflicts of interest affect millions of American people – those who are subjects of clinical trials testing new drugs and those who are prescribed drugs after their approval.

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