Weekend reads: Retracted COVID-19 papers; a coronavirus study kept under wraps; Harvard and Jeffrey Epstein

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The week at Retraction Watch featured:

How many papers about COVID-19 have been retracted? We’ve been keeping track, as part of our database. Here’s our frequently updated list.

Here’s what was happening elsewhere:

A reminder of Retraction Watch appearances in the media during the pandemic:

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One thought on “Weekend reads: Retracted COVID-19 papers; a coronavirus study kept under wraps; Harvard and Jeffrey Epstein”

  1. “‘Autistic voices should be heard.’ Autistic adults join research teams to shift focus of studies.”

    Huh.
    So that’s good for autism research (I certainly think so), but when it happens for transgender research, the author is ‘thrown under the bus’?

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