Document questions conduct of HIV researcher and NIH,but many grass-roots scientistssay they are tiring of the case.
ROBERT GALLO: The NIH researcher calls the subcommittee report "bizarre" and a personal attack on him.
At the same time, several outspoken scientists believe the report represents a successful mission to determine what happened in the decade-long series of events surrounding the misconduct charges. They are hoping that their efforts to disseminate the text will eventually spur action by science leaders.
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