Fraud [BE/BA News]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2016-04-24 15:14 (2914 d 14:08 ago) – Posting: # 16232
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Dear all,

will it ever end?
  1. FDA: Semler Research Ltd. (Bangalore)
    Samples substituted or diluted. Stupid enough to keep a spreadsheet documenting the manipulation on the server. The CRO responded that “[we] could not determine who created the document or its impact on the study endpoints […]”.
    Anything mentioned on the website? Nada.
  2. EMA: Alkem Laboratories Ltd. (Taloja)
    Copied ECGs following in GVK’s footsteps two years ago.
Lack of education? Interesting article in The Washington Post:
How bad are most of India’s medical schools? Very, according to new reports.

There are more medical colleges and teaching hospitals in India than anywhere else – 579 to be exact.
But a couple of recent studies and reports have cast serious doubts on the quality and ethics of the country’s vast medical schooling system. The most recent revealed that more than half of those 579 didn’t produce a single [sic] peer-reviewed research paper in over a decade (2005–2014), and that almost half of all papers were attributed to just 25 of those institutions.


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