Ethical and data-integrity problems in a study of mortality in Iraq

See discussion here. I've linked to it from here because ScienceBlogger and investigative journalist Tim Lambert has written some on the topic.

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Typo: Tim Lambert, not Tim Lott, who's a novelist in London.

By Dave, London (not verified) on 27 Apr 2010 #permalink