(09/11/2014)
Ivory Tower Phony? Sex, Lies and Fraud Alleged in W. Va. University Case

By Nona Willis Aronowitz And Tony Dokoupil - NBC News

He seemed like the Doogie Howser of India, able to crack the country's best medical school, and work there as a 21-year-old doctor. Anoop Shankar later claimed to add a Ph.D. in epidemiology and treat patients even as he researched population-wide diseases.

He won a "genius" visa to America, shared millions in grants, and boasted of membership in the prestigious Royal College of Physicians.

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