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01/23/2006 01:02 PM ID: 52415 Permalink   

Norway Doctor Admits More Fabrications

 

A respected Norwegian doctor who faked a medical study on oral cancer (SN reported) has admitted to two more fabricated studies. One article featured in the New England Journal of Medicine and the other in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.

Dr Jon Sudbo’s lawyer, Erling Lyngtveit, said: “This was not about the money at all. It’s really about the things that in other contexts are positive and drive research forward – honor, fame, success, to be able to point to achievements.”

 
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"honor, fame, success, to be able to point to achievements."

Ahh, so he falsified the tests so he could have those things. I've heard of a disease that makes people do things like this, it's called "tiny penis syndrome".
 
  by: tellgar     01/23/2006 05:34 PM     
  haha  
 
good one..
 
  by: rampulstinski   01/23/2006 09:24 PM     
  So if  
 
it wasnt for the money is he going to give it back?
 
  by: cherubgirl     01/23/2006 11:16 PM     
 
 
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