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As the Journal of Clinical Pathology celebrates 70 years of existence, it is appropriate to reflect back on the journal contributions to pathology and laboratory medicine. In a previous editorial,1 we looked back at the most highly cited papers in the Journal of Clinical Pathology (JCP) since inception. In this editorial, I have examined where the journal has been cited using data extracted from the Thomson-Reuters database as at June 2017 (table 1, figure 1).
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