PETA Prompts Retraction of Fraudulent Article on Deadly Mouse Experiments

January 2011

In response to a request filed by PETA in October 2009, the American Association for Cancer Research retracted an article by a former Vanderbilt University animal experimenter who falsified data from deadly experiments in which mice were inflicted with brain tumors and injected with the hair-regrowth chemical Minoxodil.

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