Monday, April 11, 2005

Compounding a problem but good!

Let's say you've got a big, multimillion dollar, global research program. In the interests of solving your scientific problem as soon as possible (not to mention making pharmaceutical companies, who could benefit quite a bit from the success of your research program, very happy), you pretty much ignore safety considerations raised by your division's chief of human research protection. (You ignore some concerns about the science, too, because what do those safety types know?) How do you go the extra mile for your research program?

Perhaps by sexually harassing some of the medical and compliance officers?

These guys are pros; don't try this at home!


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