Tuesday, May 21, 2013

UCLA refuses to re-investigate employees involved in experiments in which Chinese AIDS patients were infected with malaria -- and my response letter of today

In a May 6 letter, based on hundreds of newly-available documents, I asked UCLA to re-open the 2002/2003 investigation of university employees who were involved in notorious experiments conducted by Cincinnati's Heimlich Institute in which Chinese AIDS patients were infected with malaria.

Among considerable additional new information I shared with Sharon Friend, Director of UCLA's Office of the Human Research Protection, prisoners were used as research subjects and security guards were hired to keep the patients in line. 

Sharon Friend MS CIP (source)

Only nine business days later, here's her reply, copied to UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and University of California Board of Regents Chair Sherry Lansing, followed by my reply of today, including five questions based on her letter.