Editors from 23 journals have sent a letter to officials at seven Japanese universities that once employed anesthesiologist Yoshitaka Fujii to demand they validate some 193 papers he has written and published, reports Retraction Watch's Adam Marcus. The editors say that if the papers are not validated, they will be retracted en masse.

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