dry labbing
 n.— «University doctors have been known to blackmail drug companies, demanding payoffs for favorable test results. Sometimes they don’t even conduct the tests they have been paid to perform—a process known in the trade as “dry labbing.”» —“Miracle Merchant” by William H. Meyers New York Times Dec. 7, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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