This undated photo provided by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of 

This undated photo provided by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas shows Bill Gimson. Texas set out to cure cancer, putting $3 billion in taxpayer money on the table to prove it was serious. But a year of upheaval surrounding the nation's second-largest pot of cancer research dollars is winding to a close with a criminal investigation into the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas and the resignation of Gimson, the chief executive.  (AP Photo/Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas)
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This undated photo provided by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas shows Bill Gimson. Texas set out to cure cancer, putting $3 billion in taxpayer money on the table to prove it was serious. But a year of upheaval surrounding the nation's second-largest pot of cancer research dollars is winding to a close with a criminal investigation into the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas and the resignation of Gimson, the chief executive. (AP Photo/Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas)
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