Ex-Glaxo Official Sues Over Firing Tied to Study Mistakes

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  • Scientist says he caught flaws in study of Nicoderm products
  • Alexandre Selmani said he was fired after alerting CEO

A former GlaxoSmithKline Plc executive says he was fired for pointing out flaws in studies used to tout the benefits of the drugmaker’s Nicoderm line of smoking-cessation products.

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