MD Anderson tries to assure researchers in town hall meeting that Asian ‘ethnicity’ is not the driving force behind purge

Should Chinese researchers at the MD Anderson Cancer Center be worried in the wake of three Asian scientists’ dismissals tied to alleged foreign influence?

The answer is a firm no, according to administrators who hosted a town hall on Tuesday for alarmed employees. Science, which first broke the news about the firings together with the Houston Chronicle, obtained an recording recording from the meeting.

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