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A biological sciences worker who misrepresents research or commits fraud for the benefit of commercial interests or to make a personal profit.
"She kept lecturing about the health benefits of red wine, but she was just being a biostitute for Gallo, who sponsored her research".

"He made 3 million Euros by publishing the health benefits of a worthless drug."

by CynicalGeek May 19, 2006
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