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Botched French Drug Trial Followed Rules But Lacked ‘Common Sense’

On January 10, a healthy 49-year-old man came down with headaches and blurry vision. He was participating in the test of an experimental drug that might help dull nerve pain, and it was the fifth day in a row that he’d taken the medicine

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