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December 9, 2012 12:00 AM

Whistle-blower in UK research-fraud case: 'The system is badly broken'

The whistle-blower in a multimillion-dollar case of research fraud at the University of Kentucky spoke with the Herald-Leader about his involvement in a case that has highlighted the long ascent and quick fall of one of UK's rising stars, and the collateral damage left behind.

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