Japan Arrests Professor For Taking Bribes From Medical Device Maker
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Japanese authorities arrested a college professor on charges of taking several bribes from now-closed Yamato Optical Plastic, which used to make medical equipment. National Defense Medical College Professor Shimpei Nishikawa is accused of accepting more than $20,000 from Yamato's president when he headed the ophthalmology section of the college hospital. (Click here for more
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