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Med Arh. 2017; 71(5): 304-307

Predatory Publishing – Experience with OMICS International

Izet Masic.

In the course of 40 years of my academic and scientific work, and as editor of many journals in index databases, in many mails, that I often perceive as spam, I was surprised by one mail that represented a journal that discussed the theme of Anthropology (Figure 1). Anthropology is one of the scientific disciplines which I am really interested in research, besides, of course, Medical informatics, Family medicine, Public health, Health management and Science editing, as my close interesting scientific areas (1, 2).

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