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    Global Pediatric Research 10/90

    Dear Editor

    The article is an eye opener and narrates the under-reporting of research in develoing countries. Take any article even by e.g. Indian workers, they site refernces mostly from developed countries, Indian refernces are not given in most cases. The refernces to articles from India are mostly those which find place in few national or international journals and are quoted repeatedly due to easy access. Rear...

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