Research Misconduct: A Brief History and a Comparison
Journal of Internal Medicine. 1994 Feb; 235(2): 123-127.
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Lock, Stephen (1988-12-10)A nonsystematic survey of plagiarism, misrepresentation, and fraud in British medical research found that such cases are known to only a few people, that little of the published work is retracted, and that few institutions ...