Falsified Data

Two employees of contract research organization the Lee Research Institute admitted to falsifying study data, reports Pharmalot's Ed Silverman. Registered nurse Lisa Sharp and 73-year-old doctor Wayne Spencer pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud Schering Plough, which paid the CRO to conduct a clinical trial for a tablet to treat allergies, Silverman says. Sharp and Spencer also pleaded guilty for not maintaining FDA records.

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