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Double-dipping: When your research answers unintended questions

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A. Unger ,

University of California San Francisco, Medicine, San Francisco, CA/US
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M. Reis,

Oswaldo Cruz Foundation/Yale School of Public Health, Salvador/BR
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A.I. Ko

Yale School of Public Health, Epidemiolgy of Microbial Diseases, New Haven, CT/US
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How to Cite: Unger, A., Reis, M. and Ko, A.I., 2014. Double-dipping: When your research answers unintended questions. Annals of Global Health, 80(3), pp.206–207. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.aogh.2014.08.124
Published on 25 Sep 2014.
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