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Dr. Scott S. Reuben, who works at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, has published dozens of articles on multimodal analgesia, an important and emerging area of anesthesiology Jenson said that in many cases there was no clinical trial because there were no patients. It39s hard to fake something for that long 1 Mar 2010 Dr Scott Reuben39s 39work39 on post-operative pain management using highly former chief of acute pain at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield sought article: 39A Medical Madoff: Anesthesiologist Faked Data in 21 Studies39

11 Mar 2009 Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass., has asked several its former chief of acute pain, Scott S. Reuben, faked data used in the studies. results from use of Pfizer39s Bextra and Merck39s Vioxx, both painkillers that

24 Jun 2010 SPRINGFIELD The former chief of the acute pain clinic at Baystate in a 2007 pain management study of patients who had knee surgery 15 Jan 2010 Reuben, formerly chief of acute pain at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass., Anesthesia amp Analgesia later had to retract 10 papers written by Reuben39s studies had been considered pioneering at the time they were published Last March, Reuben was dismissed from his position at Baystate 10 Mar 2009 Baystate officials were aware of extenuating circumstances, Mr. Cirel said. Dr. Steve Shafer, the editor in chief of Anesthesia amp Analgesia, which fraud case against Dr. Scott S. Reuben, an anesthesiologist in Springfield,

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Six months in federal prison, three years39 supervised release, 5,000 fine, chief of acute pain at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts before or participate in Reuben39s studies, and their names were forged on documents 9 Aug 2010 Dr. Steve Shafer, the editor in chief of Anesthesia amp Analgesia. Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, Mass., said that its former chief of acute pain, Scott S. Reuben, had faked data used in the studies, which were published

10 Mar 2009 Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Mass., began investigating a study on the use of Celebrex to control pain in back surgery patients 15 Jan 2010 Alleged fake Celebrex study lands doc in court to research the effectiveness of the pain medication Celebrex for a 2005 study, the Day reports. Reuben was the chief of acute pain at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield,