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BMJ 2001; 322 doi: (Published 03 February 2001) Cite this as: BMJ 2001;322:0

Sometimes—often inadvertently—a publication touches a raw nerve. Editors can tell because the phone starts ringing and letters pour in. Now, because of the rapid responses on, every BMJ reader with web access (most of you) can tell. We clearly touched a very raw nerve with our editorial last August on cheating at medical school. The article received 101 responses, 21 of them on one day. In this issue we publish 12 letters in response to the editorial (p 296) and a summary of the other responses (p 299), together …

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