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  • A PLOS Collection Ghostwriting Collection

    Ghostwriting occurs when someone has made substantial contributions to writing a manuscript but this role is unacknowledged. In medicine, ghostwriting is problematical because it often involves…

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  • A PLOS Collection Are Drug Companies Living Up to Their Human Rights Responsibilities? Three Viewpoints

    In September 2010, the PLOS Medicine Debate asked whether drug companies are living up to their human rights responsibilities. Sofia Gruskin and Zyde Raadfrom the Harvard School of Public Health say…

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  • A PLOS Collection Animals, Research, and Alternatives: Measuring Progress 50 Years Later

    In 2010, a multi-disciplinary, international conference in Washington, DC addressed opportunities and challenges to implementing alternatives to animal research. This symposium aimed to advance the…

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  • A PLOS Collection Disease Mongering

    To mark the first academic meeting on disease mongering (the "selling of sickness" in order to promote drug sales), which was held in Newcastle, Australia in April 2006, and to help provoke…

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  • A PLOS Collection Cities as Complex Systems

    Cities are centres of human interactions and the innovations that arise from them. Urbanization has led to many positive developments for society, but also contributes to many of our most pressing…

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  • A PLOS Collection The Missing Pieces: A Collection of Negative, Null and Inconclusive Results

    The publication of negative, null and inconclusive results is important to provide scientists with balanced information and avoid the duplication of efforts testing similar hypotheses, which waste…

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