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Neurologist Paul McCrory Resigns Amid Plagiarism Allegations
McCrory left his post as chair of the influential Concussion in Sport Group after several of his editorials appeared to plagiarize other researchers’ work.
Neurologist Paul McCrory Resigns Amid Plagiarism Allegations
Neurologist Paul McCrory Resigns Amid Plagiarism Allegations

McCrory left his post as chair of the influential Concussion in Sport Group after several of his editorials appeared to plagiarize other researchers’ work.

McCrory left his post as chair of the influential Concussion in Sport Group after several of his editorials appeared to plagiarize other researchers’ work.

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