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Amid Stem Cell Research Scandal, Co-Author Commits Suicide

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August 5, 2014
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Yoshiki Sasai, co-author of two scandal-plagued papers on the new STAP method of creating stem cells, was found dead in his lab Tuesday. Video provided by Newsy


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