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"Journals Find Fakery in Many Images Submitted to Support Research"

On scientific fauxtography, MedGadget writes:

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“Ten to 20 of the articles accepted by The Journal of Clinical Investigation each year show some evidence of tampering, and about five to 10 of those papers warrant a thorough investigation, says Ms. Neill. (The journal publishes about 300 to 350 articles per year.)”

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