“ORI, OHRP find “some human subject issues” in Henschke lung cancer studies, but no evidence of misconduct”

“We have an update on two papers about lung cancer screening by Claudia Henschke and colleagues that were subject to an Expression of Concern early last year.

The original Expression of Concern in Cancer read, in part:

This Expression of Concern is based on an April 29, 2011, article in The New York Times as well as the April 29, 2011, issue of The Cancer Letter, both of which disclosed details of a report of an Independent Scientific Review Committee (Review Committee) convened by Weill Cornell Medical College to investigate the scientific research conducted as part of the International Early Lung Cancer Action Program (I-ELCAP). The Review Committee reported, among other things, that the I-ELCAP lacked positive confirmation of valid informed consent for all subjects at all sites by the coordinating center.”
Retraction Watch-Apr.12,2013

“We are happy with this outcome as long as “economic coiercion” is never linked to “valid informed consent”, because we have to maintain our highest ethical standards of community egagement.”
Herferd Bull by wikimedia

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