The problem is the perverse incentive systems in scientific publishing. Provided that authors are rewarded for publishing many content articles and editors are rewarded for publishing them quickly, new ways of gaming the original publication versions will be invented more quickly than new control steps can be put in place.. Charlotte J. Haug, M.D., Ph.D.1 The retractions came only months after BioMed Central, an open-access publisher owned by Springer, retracted 43 content for the same reason.Related StoriesBoston Children's and Rock Health synergy to accelerate advancement of pediatric wellness technologiesLoyola Medicine, Palos Community Hospital jointly start innovative telemedicine programNew UCLA research looks at primary care medical house in reducing childrens' repeat appointments to hospitalsThe researchers discovered that the common age of the kids harmed was 9 and 53 % were man, the most common accidents had been bruises, cuts, fractures and dislocations.