Columbia University Brain Lab Injected Impure Drugs into Study Patients

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The New York Times reported that Columbia University has closed the research arm of its Kreitchman PET Center , a prominent brain-imaging clinic, after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration found in 2008 and January 2010 that the Center had injected patients with drugs containing high impurity levels. Lab staffers are accused of falsifying records to hide the improper injections from auditors.

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