More than half of papers rejected by the journal Clinical Otolaryngology were subsequently published elsewhere, according to a new analysis appearing in that same journal.

Researchers from the Mersey ENT Research Collaborative in the UK identified 917 manuscripts that the journal rejected between 2011 and 2013 and searched through PubMed and Google Scholar for corresponding authors' names and key words from the manuscripts' titles to determine their ultimate fate.

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