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RW logoWe’ve got some late-breaking news to report — plus, it’s been a busy news week overall, and some of our email alerts didn’t go out, due to a programming glitch. Below, here are some recent stories you may have missed.

A tribunal at Queen Mary University of London has decided to disclose the data from the controversial PACE trial, which tested various therapies for chronic fatigue syndrome. For critics of this study, this has been a long-awaited decision.

What’s more, Science is reporting that Sweden’s Central Ethical Review Board has found Paolo Macchiarini guilty of misconduct in a 2014 paper. This comes after years of questions over his work, leading to multiple resignations and investigations. For a primer on the ever-evolving case, see our timeline.

Here are some of our other stories from this week that weren’t emailed to subscribers, due to a programming glitch:

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Written by Alison McCook

September 9th, 2016 at 2:18 pm

Posted in RW announcements

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