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- Quantifying the effect of Wakefield et al. (1998) on skepticism about MMR vaccine safety in the U.S.PLoS One. 2021; 16e0256395
- Wakefield and the Lancet: what can we learn?.Med J Aust. 2010; 193: 5-7
- Violation of research integrity principles occurs more often than we think.Reprod Biomed Online. 2022; 44: 207-209
- Plagiarism and data falsification are the most common reasons for retracted publications in obstetrics and gynaecology.BJOG. 2019; 126: 1134-1140
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