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How to Deal

The Committee on Publication Ethics is holding a virtual forum tomorrow focused on "text recycling," or self-plagiarism. Self-plagiarism, or duplication, is a common reason for retractions, adds Ivan Oransky at Retraction Watch. "Such duplication retractions are so common that we don't get to most of them," he notes.

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