Read the three-page article titled, “Fraud in medical research: A frightening, all-too-common trend on the rise” and “14 False Advertising Scandals That Cost Brands Millions Without naming names”.
A) Without naming names, do you believe you have witnessed research fraud in your field? If so, briefly describe the circumstances and whether you did anything to alert an authority of your suspicions? What was the final outcome in this case?
B) If you have not witnessed any research fraud, since you are exposed to misleading statistics everyday in advertisements, magazines, online articles, news programs, etc., share and discuss the incidence of misleading statistics. Can you find other sources that support or refute the statistical claim that you found?
Here is a link to the articles:
“Fraud in medical research: A frightening, all-too-common trend on the rise” (https://www.naturalnews.com/019353_medical_ethics_stem_cell_research.html )
“14 False Advertising Scandals That Cost Brands Millions Without naming names” (https://www.businessinsider.com/false-advertising-scandals-2011-9)
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