Health

A Columbia Surgeon’s Study Was Pulled. He Kept Publishing Flawed Data.

One set of 10 articles identified by Dr. David showed repeated reuse of identical or overlapping black-and-white images of cancer cells supposedly under different experimental conditions, he said. “There’s no reason to have done that unless you weren’t doing the work,” Dr. David said. One of those papers, published in 2012, was formally tagged with

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News

Jeffrey Lieberman, Columbia Psychiatry Chair, Is Suspended

The chair of the Columbia College Division of Psychiatry was suspended on Wednesday, “efficient instantly,” after referring to a dark-skinned mannequin as presumably a “freak of nature” on Twitter. “Whether or not a murals or freak of nature she’s an attractive sight to behold,” the division chair, Jeffrey A. Lieberman, tweeted on Monday in response

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World

British Columbia Flood Victims Come Collectively In Storm's Wake

For a lot of this week, I’ve been touring via a number of the flood-ravaged areas of British Columbia and talking with folks whose lives have been upturned by the province’s second pure catastrophe in six months. My report from the journey shall be revealed after this article goes out. However earlier than I headed

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World

A whole lot Rescued After Landslides Pummel British Columbia

A whole lot of individuals have been rescued from highways in British Columbia on Monday, officers mentioned, after torrential rain set off landslides that trapped folks of their automobiles and prompted evacuations. Officers mentioned that about 275 people who had been caught on Freeway 7 close to the city of Agassiz, a small neighborhood east

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World

Landslides and Torrential Rains Batter British Columbia

Torrential rain in elements of British Columbia set off landslides on Sunday and Monday, choking off highways, trapping dozens of automobiles and prompting evacuations and flood warnings. Residents of Merritt, a Canadian metropolis of greater than 7,000 folks about 170 miles northeast of Vancouver, have been advised on Monday to go away their houses instantly

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World

British Columbia Decide Ends Protest Injunction at Fairy Creek

This week, the Supreme Courtroom of British Columbia refused to increase an injunction in opposition to previous progress forest protests in and round Fairy Creek on Vancouver Island. However the rejection had nothing to do with logging or the actions of the protesters. As a substitute, Justice Douglas W. Thompson turned down the logging company’s

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