Journal ethics: Let the reader beware

January 1, 2011
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Editorial

Most authors, editors, journals, and publishers are committed to honesty, transparency, and ethical conduct. As readers of medical literature, we depend on that commitment, and we have a tendency to assume that it exists.

Most authors, editors, journals, and publishers are committed to honesty, transparency, and ethical conduct. As readers of medical literature, we depend on that commitment, and we have a tendency to assume that it exists. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.

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