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MedPage TodayInfamous Vitamin C Study May Rely on Fraudulent Data — Statistician Alleges Data in Study Led by Paul Marik, MD, Were Fabricated

An analysis by an Australian physician is making waves by suggesting that an infamous study of vitamin C treatments for sepsis may be fraudulent. The study author alleges that the pre- and post-comparison groups involved in the 94-patient study were too similar to be realistic and that the data were fabricated.

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