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HHS official pens a caustic resignation

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    The Washington Post article - http://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...8b5736-aad7-11e3-adbc-888c8010c799_story.html

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    Science Insider: http://news.sciencemag.org/people-e...onduct-official-quits-frustration-bureaucracy

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    Does anyone know if any of our communities' problem studies have been reported to ORI (Office of Research Integrity)?

    I was also wondering, for example, if any of the various studies discussed/critiqued by Tom Kindlon (or others who do such work?) have been funded, in part perhaps, by NIH.

    Do research publications/studies generally/or ever state who funded them? Or is this something you have to dig for elsewhere?

    For anyone interested, I found this NIH site: http://report.nih.gov/award/index.cfm#tab1
     
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