Forbes (July 25, 2022) Was Key Alzheimer’s Research Manipulated?
A six-month investigation by Charles Piller, an award-winning reporter for Science magazine, finds that key research published in 2006 may have included fabricated data. The 2006 paper, published in the journal Nature, identified a subtype of amyloid called Aβ*56 as a cause of Alzheimer’s. That paper has been cited nearly 2,300 times, suggesting how many scientists spent time focusing their own work on this theory.
CNN (July 27, 2022) Opinion: 4,000 beagles just got a gift from the Justice Department
An independent journalist, Melanie Kaplan, shares her experience with her own adopted former lab beagle, Hammy, and encourages patience to those thinking of adopting one the 4,000 beagles rescued from Envigo.