WHO scientists used Photoshop to doctor images in cancer research

Researchers affiliated with WHO’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) have been exposed for manipulating images in multiple research papers they have published over the years.

Between 2005 and 2014, Massimo Tommasino, head of Infections and Cancer Biology Group at IARC in Lyon, France, and his former colleague there Uzma Hasan, had published multiple papers with doctored images.

Manipulated photos in studies can generally be anything from those of microscopic views of cells or tissues, images of glowing gels indicating chemical concentrations, or even graphical representation of data. There can be dire consequences to tweaking an image in a research paper.

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Source: The Next Web

Parkland Survivor ripping up the Constitution is photoshopped

 A photo is circulating on social media that shows Parkland shooting survivor Emma González ripping up a copy of the U.S. Constitution.

According to an editor at the publication where the original photo came from, the photo is photoshopped.

Teen Vogue’s executive editor, Samhita Mukhopadhyay, took to Twitter to clarify that the photo was photoshopped from an original photo that depicted González tearing up a paper target. The photo shoot was part of a gun violence campaign.

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Source: KWCH