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In MCG whistleblower case, testimony points to falsified monkey tissue



New testimony in a University System of Georgia whistleblower lawsuit involving a research monkey's death supports the claim that MCG officials swapped-out tissue from another animal during a botched investigation.

The head of a complex research project into treatments for blindness, MCG brain s...

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  1. If there was ever a case where the perpetrators of a coverup should be terminated if found guilty, this is it, and it is not because an animal was involved. Whatever treatment these people were developing might be used on humans someday. Would you trust the results of their research and data?

  2. all about the $, hope this man wins millions from MCG. and the people that started all this false information fired and lose accreditation . and they should have to reimburse funding and grant money, out of their savings or future income.

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