Taking the Conflict-of-Interest Heat | GenomeWeb

University of Wisconsin-Madison cancer researcher Minesh Mehta has resigned his post after the school started investigating a possible conflict of interest in his dealings with a device maker, the Wisconsin State Journal's Doug Erickson reports. In April, UW starting looking into Mehta's relationship with TomoTherapy, which makes cancer treatment devices.

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