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Online discussion of scientific research articles is lacking, DrugMonkey says. Authors' interpretations of their data are only a "starting point" in science, which "proceeds best when we collaborate with our data, our ideas, our interpretations and our conclusions," he says. But there hasn't really been an appropriate online forum for researchers to discuss one another's work.

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