Health research scientists caught "faking research"From this Canadian publication comes the entire sordid story.>
Officials at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) and Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) say they cannot, under federal privacy law, identify the researchers.........But CIHR says it awarded "approximately" $12,410,816.00 to projects in which researchers have been found to be violating research ethics or integrity rules since 2003.
>These research studies are not unlike those that the non-profits, funded by Nicoderm interests, later inundate our lawmakers with to affect policy changes.......like smoking bans.
Well now there is no reason to believe that the research or studies provided by tobacco control activists are not also tainted with the same fraud.
There is one study we can rely on though, the SLP / OSHA air quality testing of secondhnd smoke, proving that secondhand smoke is 500 - 15 times safer than OSHA indoor air quality regulations.