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How should medical researchers respond to false copyright infringement claims?
Sung Pil Park, Eric Yong Joong Lee
Science Editing. 2019;6(2):137-141.   Published online 2019 August 19    DOI: https://doi.org/10.6087/kcse.174

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How should medical researchers respond to false copyright infringement claims?
Science Editing. 2019;6(2):137-141   Crossref logo
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Copyright
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The career cost of COVID-19 to female researchers, and how science should respond
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Infringement of copyright
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Religion, spirituality and health: how should Australia's medical professionals respond?
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How Should We Respond to Change?
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How Should We Respond to Unusual Chlorine Demand?
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HOW SHOULD YOU RESPOND TO ANA POSITIONS AND RESOLUTIONS?
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How Should Journal Editors Respond to Cases of Suspected Misconduct?
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