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Suit Over a Marker

A biotech company is suing a prostate cancer researcher for making false claims concerning a disease biomarker, reports Science Insider. According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Robert Getzenberg, then at University of Pittsburgh and now at Johns Hopkins University, he found a biomarker, EPCA-2, for human prostate cancer that he and the University of Pittsburgh patented it.

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