UBC researchers pull paper linking vaccine component to autism after data alleged to be manipulated

Researchers from the University of British Columbia are retracting their scientific paper linking aluminum in vaccines to autism in mice, because one of the co-authors claims figures published in the study were deliberately altered before publication — an issue he says he realized after allegations of data manipulation surfaced online.


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In Early Results, Shorter Treatment for Tuberculosis Proves Effective

Taking the correct anti-infection agents for only nine months might be as powerful against sedate safe tuberculosis as taking them for a long time, as is at present prescribed, as indicated by preparatory discoveries from a worldwide investigation. Results from the trial, which is directed by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and …


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