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A doctor who provided human eggs for research by cloning pioneer Hwang Woo-suk said in a broadcast Thursday that the South Korean scientist agreed to withdraw a key research paper because most of the stem cells produced for the article were faked.
Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
This is the most confusing introductory sentence I have ever seen in a news story.
By BURT HERMAN, Associated Press Writer
Originally posted by RedDragon
Um the data wasn't fraud but they got stem cells from women who worked at the lab that agreed to give their stem cells when they claimed to the government they didn't in order to keep the funding. So, the data and scientific results are all legit they just were trying to get more funding.
Originally posted by Nygdan
This is also why you have the other researcher wanting his name removed, he didn't, apparently, have anything to do with the fabricated part.