In the previous issue of BioEdge (Number 126, June 25), we erred in identifying the leader of a Brisbane research team working on clinical diagnostic techniques which can yield cheap and accurate results in a single day from a single cell. The leader of the team is Associate Professor Ian Findlay. Professor Jock Findlay AM is the deputy director of Prince Henry’s Institute of Medical Research in Melbourne and has no connection with this project. Our apologies to both gentlemen.
“This is a very rare case,” said a hospital spokeswoman. “It’s just one of those bizarre and unfortunate situations.”
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