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Deceptive perpetrators under cover: are they on the rise

Utpal De, SS Roy Chowdhury

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2010.099


The pursuit of academic advancement in the field of medicine entails trudging through the rough terrain of medical journals. The current standard set by the Medical Council of India regarding departmental promotion in medical institutions has made publication mandatory. The need to “publish or perish” has driven academicians into a rat race where fraudulent behaviour for personal gain has reached its nadir.

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