When Drug Trials Go Horribly Wrong
December 6, 2010 9:38 AM Subscribe
In 2004, Minnesota student Dan Markingson committed suicide while participating in a clinical drug trial
for various mood disorders. Trial sponsors the University of Minnesota and AstraZeneca were cleared of blame by the FDA in 2005. Last week, a group of faculty members at the university wrote an open letter
to the university's Board of Regents requesting further investigation due to "troubling questions" that remain unanswered and a concern over "conflicts of interest" in the Academic Health Center.
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