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Investigation: Some data about wine’s benefits were fabricated

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Posted: Thursday, January 12, 2012 12:00 am

A three-year investigation into the work of a University of Connecticut researcher who focused on the health benefits of resveratrol — a chemical in red wine — found 145 instances of fabricated research.

Dipak K. Das, a professor in the Department of Surgery and director of the Cardiovascular Research Center at UConn Health Center, was the focus of the investigation conducted by the university’s faculty.

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