COVID-19 exacerbated the global need for reliable healthcare information while shrinking the timeline for creating it due to unparalleled urgency. In response, many health care publications have modified their editorial processes to help disseminate findings as quickly as possible. The result has been the release of a dizzying volume of research since the start of the pandemic, but there have been shortcomings. In mid-June of 2020, two prominent COVID-19 study retractions sparked nationwide headlines and threatened the credibility of a few of the world’s most respected medical journals.
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