Lab Mistakes Hobble Cancer Studies But Scientists Slow to Take Remedies

April 23, 2012

Last year, cancer researcher Robert Mandic got news no scientist wants to hear. After publishing a paper on a rare head-and-neck cancer, he learned the cells he had been studying were instead cervical cancer. He notified the journal Oral Oncology, which retracted the article. (Wall Street Journal)

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