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This is very true. The other day I sat down to finally get some writing done on a review that I have been asked to write in collaboration with my PI. I was taking notes and wrote down a sentence word for word. I forgot to write the reference so I went to google and typed in that exact same sentence. I found 5 articles that all had the exact same sentence in them!
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