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A Fraud Blockbuster

Whistleblower, a movie about the Hwang Woo-Suk stem cell cloning scandal, is lighting up screens in South Korea, the Nature News Blog writes.

The movie, which is fictionalized account of events, tries to show Hwang as a complex person, rather than just a fraudster, the blog post notes.

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