Doc sentenced to prison for faking research data

Scott Reuben, a Massachusetts anesthesiologist, has been sentenced to six months in prison for mounting a fake 2007 pain management study for Pfizer's Celebrex. He also has to pay more than $350,000 in restitution to Pfizer and Merck. Story

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