Moriguchi's at it Again | GenomeWeb

Hisashi Moriguchi said last year that he had treated, and in at least one case cured, heart failure patients using induced pluripotent stem cells. Not only was that untrue, but Nature also found that Moriguchi plagiarized much of his work as well as lied about his training and research affiliations. He was fired by the University of Tokyo.

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