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neither did the Governing Board’s two co-chairs Martin Burton and Marguerite Koster Burton referred the inquiry to a Cochrane spokesperson who did not answer emailed questions today A short statement from Burton and Koster on Saturday did not mention Gtzsche by name or the expulsion but it said the board had "considered … the findings of an independent review and additional complaints related to the conduct of a Member" They said this was "an ongoing process" and that more details would follow Gtzsche’s expulsion was confirmed by the four resigning board members in a statement sent to Science by one of them Gerald Gartlehner of Danube University in Krems Austria "We consider the Board’s use of its authority to expel Peter from Cochrane to be disproportionate" says the statement which did not explain what Gtzsche was punished for "We believe that the expulsion of inconvenient members from the Collaboration goes against Cochrane ethos and neither reflects its founding spirit nor promotes the Collaboration’s best interests" The drama unfolded just as almost 1300 scientists from 57 countries were beginning to gather in Edinburgh for the Cochrane Colloquium an annual scientific meeting that officially opened today Cochrane formerly known as the Cochrane Collaboration is a nonprofit organization that produces literature reviews on medical interventions and diagnostics which are published in the Cochrane Library to help medical professionals make evidence-based decisions Gtzsche helped found the organization in 1993 and started the Nordic Cochrane Center that same year Today Cochrane has a network of many thousands of volunteer reviewers as well as independent Cochrane Groups in 43 countries; it does not accept industry money but it is supported primarily by government agencies including the US National Institutes of Health and the UK National Institute for Health Research If they can’t tolerate a few disagreements or a few headaches that is a problem David Hammerstein Mintz former Cochrane Governing Board member Both within and outside of Cochrane Gtzsche is widely known for his fierce attacks on the pharmaceutical industry and his criticism of medical interventions he deems useless or harmful He wrote a controversial book about what he says is the overuse of mammography in breast cancer screening and in another book likened the pharmaceutical industry to "organized crime" He has often been critical of Cochrane as well In a statement written for his 2017 election to the board Gtzsche listed a litany of "pretty widespread concerns" he wanted to address including the concentration of power at the Central Executive Team in London and the fact that "collaboration" had been dropped from the group’s name "The Cochrane Collaboration is now run much more as a business with a brand than it was just a few years ago" he wrote Gtzsche says the co-chairs convinced a majority of Cochrane’s board of the "disrepute" charge during a 6-hour meeting on Thursday that Gtzsche was asked not to attend All other 12 board members attended; of those six supported a decision to remove Gtzsche five opposed it and one abstained according to the statement by the four departing members One source with knowledge of the proceedings wrote in an email to Science that co-chairs justified his expulsion "in a very generic general manner by his ‘behaviour’ that hurt the image of Cochrane" Gtzsche says the decision is likely related to a frontal attack on a Cochrane review about vaccines against HPV a cancer-causing virus that he and two co-authors published in July The review published in May in the Cochrane Library by researchers from Belgium and the United Kingdom supported the mainstream view that such vaccines can prevent precancerous lesions in adolescent girls and young women In their criticism published in BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine Gtzsche together with Lars Jrgensen of the Nordic Cochrane Centre and Tom Jefferson of the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom argued that the review "missed nearly half of the eligible trials" "ignored evidence of bias" and did an incomplete assessment of the vaccine’s side effects The review didn’t constitute the "trusted evidence" promised in Cochrane’s official motto they said After an investigation Cochrane Library editors acknowledged in a 30-page response that the review had missed some trials but said this made little or no difference to the main outcome and that the criticism was wrong on many other points "There is already a formidable and growing anti-vaccination lobby If the result of this controversy is reduced uptake of the vaccine among young women this has the potential to lead to women suffering and dying unnecessarily from cervical cancer" they wrote In a response published on Friday the editors of BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine defended publishing the trio’s broadside saying it "provokes healthy debate" "Academic freedom means communicating ideas facts and criticism without being censored targeted or reprimanded" they argued Within a scientific organization such as Cochrane discussion and dissent should be possible says David Hammerstein Mintz a consumer advocate former member of the European Parliament from Spain and one of the four departing board members "If they can’t tolerate a few disagreements or a few headaches that is a problem" he saysCalifornia’s $3 billion stem cell funding agency has made a sweeping New Year’s resolution The governing board of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) yesterday approved a plan to overhaul the agency’s grant process effective 1 January The theatrically titled “CIRM 20” represents a big move by the agency’s president Randy Mills who took the helm in May with a plan to speed promising stem cell therapies through clinical testing to make them available to patients A key feature of the plan is a rolling application process which will replace the system of proposal windows that opened and closed somewhat unpredictably Groups can apply for funding at any time and applications will be reviewed monthly “We want the best programs coming to us—the programs that are ready to go” Mills explains in a presentation on CIRM’s website “and not one that’s been shoehorned into an artificial timeline” Mill has also vowed to shorten the time from application to funding from an average of about 2 years to 120 days and groups must start work on a funded project within 45 days of approval “Anything that speeds up the process is potentially good” says Larry Goldstein a neuroscientist at the University of California San Diego and scientific director of the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine which has received numerous CIRM grants His group was forced to submit its most recent CIRM proposal while there were still ongoing animal studies “where it would have been nice to know the answer” before applying he says and the more flexible application timeline may be a boon to researchers The board has approved $50 million in spending to support the first 6 months under the new funding mechanism which will be available to “late preclinical” and clinical stage projects Many have noted that the new plan reflects Mill’s background as CEO of Maryland-based Osiris Therapeutics and that its focus on clinic-ready research may attract more research projects from industry “That’s where a lot of young early business biotech hangs out—that’s the valley of death” Goldstein says But like many in the field he hopes the agency won’t neglect more basic stem cell research in its race to the clinic “I think there’s still important work to be done earlier in the pipeline” he says A recent overview of the new program explains that the same grantmaking model will eventually extend to two other funding categories—“discovery” and “translational” The agency has nearly $1 billion left of the funding it received through the 2004 ballot referendum that created it Mills has said that the remaining money can continuously fund projects until at least 2020 port to another be made in America. 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