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(CBS News)   Experimental cancer treatment given at Duke may have been based on fabricated data. Duke sucks   (cbsnews.com) divider line 3
    More: Scary, Experimental cancer treatment, Scott Pelley, University of North Dakota, clinical research  
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2012-02-13 01:45:39 AM  
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Experimental attempt to coerce me into downloading a news app I'll never use by placing the story behind a wall was most definitely base on faulty assumptions.
2012-02-13 02:33:21 AM  
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They did WHAT to Mr. Data?
2012-02-13 01:44:34 AM  
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Actually, this looks like a case of highly advanced patent trolling. Claim patent to a discovery you hope you can make before anyone notices you haven't actually made said discovery, and when good researchers figure out the right methods they have to pay you for the idea.

I really need to talk with my IP lawyer about patenting patent trolling.
 
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