In an attempt to whitewash their own actions and responsibility to uphold the highest standards of academic publishing, Catherine D. DeAngelis and Phil B. Fontanarosa — editors of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) — published an editorial defending their handling of a …

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JAMA and DeAngelis Respond But DeAngelis Should Resign

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  1. Sounds like these people could do with a serious dose of humility.

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