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Predatory journals a global problem

Contrary to popular belief, a majority of papers in suspected biomedical predatory journals (57 percent) are from high or upper middle income countries, with many coming from prestigious institutions, a massive investigation shows. Predatory journals provide scientists with a quick and inexpensive way to publish their findings, but do not provide quality controls and are not included in scientific databases.
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