Cases of scientific misconduct and unreplicable results, such as the infamous study (now debunked) linking MMR vaccines to autism, have given rise to a concern that science is broken and scientists are to be mistrusted. But how can scientific integrity be maintained when so much emphasis seems to be placed on novel results that can... Read More »Read more »
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