Scientists can now detect bad cancer research articles with this tool

When a published cancer study contains mistakes, the consequences can be dire. For one thing, cancer studies are often the start of expensive research pipelines that hope to find better treatment for patients. That’s why two researchers have created a tool that detects incorrect genetic sequencing in published cancer research and weeds out problematic articles. 

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Scientists can now detect bad cancer research articles with this tool

When a published cancer study contains mistakes, the consequences can be dire. For one thing, cancer studies are often the start of expensive research pipelines that hope to find better treatment for patients. That’s why two researchers have created a tool that detects incorrect genetic sequencing in published cancer research and weeds out problematic articles. 

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