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When researchers are the guinea pigs

Should scientists be allowed to continue studying themselves?

By Emily Anthes
Globe Correspondent / December 12, 2005

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When the fictional Dr. Henry Jekyll took an experimental potion he developed, he ended up with a murderous alter-ego named Mr. Hyde. When the real-life Dr. John Pawelek became the first guinea pig for a new substance he was developing, he ended up with a healthy tan. (Full article: 1016 words)

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