That's a Lot of Ghosts Out There | GenomeWeb

A study done by Journal of the American Medical Association editors released yesterday, though not peer-reviewed or published, found that a "significant number" of medical journal papers are written by ghostwriters, according to the New York Times. The online survey of the authors from 630 papers found that 7.8 percent of them left people off the paper whose contributions qualified them to be authors.

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