The office contains 96,800 clinical records from research in communities affected by Monsanto products. Verzeñassi’s team established health camps in 27 locations in the past six years to monitor the health impacts of agricultural chemical exposure. Verzeñassi and his socio-environmental health team were already facing pressure as a result of their research. Last week, Nidd removed two members of Verzeñassi’s team from their administrative posts in the Faculty. The fate of the documents in Verzeñassi’s office is unclear.