Dr. Anil Potti, the controversial cancer researcher whose work at Duke University led to lawsuits from patients, is now a medical oncologist at the Cancer Center of North Dakota in Grand Forks. But his boss, Dr. William Noyes, said Potti is a victim of unfair accusations and the negative news “is a dead issue.” He said Potti’s patients loved him.
A cancer researcher with ties to the UND School of Medicine was the subject of a CBS “60 Minutes” report called “Deception at Duke.” Dr. Anil Potti has resigned from Duke University and faces an investigation for scientific misconduct following conclusions that he “manipulated data” involving what once appeared to be breakthrough cancer research, according to the CBS report, which aired Sunday.
A federal judge is allowing three former Duke lacrosse players falsely accused of rape to pursue a civil lawsuit against the North Carolina county prosecutor and police investigators who handled their case.
On a snowy day today, President Obama joined a sellout crowd to watch seventh-ranked Georgetown take on No. 8 Duke at the Verizon Center. Obama's personal assistant, Reggie Love, played basketball at Duke and was also attending the game.
A campus religious leader is unhappy about a study at Duke University that invites female students to attend parties where they can buy sex toys.
, November 06, 2009
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