Quotes from MJA contributors in 2007
Peer review is a critical component of quality control in scientific medical journals. However, given the competitive nature of publishing, it is not surprising that the process of peer review has been described as a turf battle — the writers and originators of ideas aligned against the editors and critics — with the ultimate prize of the knowledge or doctrine being published.1
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