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Would your readers like to help by telling me how many false claims
may include in a paper before the publisher should withdraw that item? Is
enough? Two? I won't hold my breath waiting for replies.
I have gathered evidence of many research claims being false, put the
to the journal publishers and what do they do? Nothing.
It may have taken 12 years from publication and six years from the
passed the evidence in this instance, but it is a nevertheless a golden
let's see more papers with false claims being withdrawn.
I have written about false claims
published in research papers
and been paid by my publisher.
I do hope to write again on the