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In celebration of the Platinum Jubilee, the current Editor-in-Chief, Professor Tahir Pillay, has reflected on the past 70 years, especially the best cited papers that have appeared in the Journal of Clinical Pathology (JCP).1
For the journal to have endured and remained relevant for this length of time, clearly it must have published good work consistently. The second most cited paper in the Journal is a superb review by Bosch and colleagues on human papillomavirus (HPV) and uterine cervical cancer.2
Data measurement on impact and relevance in publishing is now de rigueur and the yardstick by which a piece of work is judged. There are several repositories and search engines such as Google Scholar …
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