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Med Arch. 2018; 72(6): 466-467

What to Do When You Have Suspect Translational Plagiarism? - Editor’s View

Izet Masic.

Editor and Co-Editor of this journal was informed from anonymous reader that article which was published in Medical Archives in 2001 „Psychotherapeutic Testimony by Refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina: a Pilot Study” (in Bosnian language) has been already published in „American Journal of Psychiatry“ under the title „Testimony Psychotherapy in Bosnian Refugees: a Pilot Study“, in 1998. (1, 2).

Key words: Plagiarism

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