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From page 180...
... It fails to convey the overriding importance of intellectual freedom and trust in a creative process that has been remarkably successful, and it lacks conviction in assessing the consequences of inappropriate institutional action or inaction. Second, the report is equivocal in defining misconduct in science and is inadequate in stating explicitly the problems inherent in alternative definitions.
From page 181...
... The report is weak in condemning the ALERT system of the Public Health Service which lists individuals because they are the subject of an investigation even though they should be presumed innocent. Finally, conflicts of interest directly related to research can be more complex, potentially more serious and perhaps more numerous than the examples of fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism, and therefore need to be addressed in this report.
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