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A Look at Peer Review and Publishing

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A Look at Peer Review and Publishing

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A Look at Peer Review and Publishing

A Look at Peer Review and Publishing

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A landmark cloning paper published last summer seems to be plagued with problems, including new charges that the paper was based on fabricated data. So how did it get published in a major scientific journal?

Guests:

Catherine D. DeAngelis, editor-in-chief; Journal of the American Medical Association

Philip Campbell, editor-in-chief, Nature and Nature Publications