Allison DB, Brown AW, George BJ, et al. A tragedy of errors. Nature 2016; 530:27-29
In this article the authors summarized their experience, the main barriers they encountered, and their thoughts on how to make published science more rigorous. They outlined the following problems: editors are often unable or reluctant to take speedy and appropriate action; where to send expressions of concern is unclear; journals that acknowledged invalidating errors are reluctant to issue retractions; journals charge authors to correct others' mistakes; and no standard mechanism exists to request raw data.