Journal of Mid-life Health

NOTICE OF RETRACTION
Year
: 2020  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 264-

Retraction: Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in suspicious cervix: A randomized controlled trial


 

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. Retraction: Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in suspicious cervix: A randomized controlled trial.J Mid-life Health 2020;11:264-264


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. Retraction: Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in suspicious cervix: A randomized controlled trial. J Mid-life Health [serial online] 2020 [cited 2022 Dec 4 ];11:264-264
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The original article titled “Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in suspicious cervix: A randomized controlled trial” published in Journal of Mid-life Health, on pages 115-122, Issue 3, Volume 10, 2019,[1] is being retracted because the same article was published later with title “Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in cases with suspicious cervix: a randomized controlled trial” in Journal of Current Medical Research and Practice, on pages 355-361, Issue 3, Volume 4, 2019.[2] It was brought to the attention of JMH's editorial board that there is substantial overlap of content in article published later in JCMRP.

Plagiarism, fabrication, unethical or redundant publication violates the editorial policy of Journal of Mid-life Health, which follows best practice guidelines given by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) and Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) mentioned on the Information for Authors and as codified in the signed statements made by the authors regarding the copyright of their work.

This article has been retracted on request of the Editors-in-Chief and editorial board of the journal.

Editors-in-Chief:

Meeta Meeta, Vishal Tandon

Journal of Mid-life Health

References

1Darwish AM, Kamel MA, Zahran K, Aboulela M. Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in suspicious cervix: A randomized controlled trial. J Mid-life Health 2019;10:115-22.
2Kamel MA, Darwish AM, Zahran K, AboulEla M. Office cervicoscopy versus stationary colposcopy in cases with suspicious cervix: a randomized controlled trial. J Curr Med Res Pract 2019;4:355-61.