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The frequency of retracted papers seems to be increasing "dramatically," says In the Pipeline's Derek Lowe. According to a recent Wall Street Journal article based on data from Thomson Reuters, the number of papers published has risen 44 percent since 2001, while the retraction rate has risen 15-fold.

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