The new DPJO: New forms of publishing with the same commitment to science

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Issue V25N06 | Year 2020 | Editorial Highlights | Pages 7 to 8

Flavia Artese and Laurindo Zanco Furquim

For those who were born and raised before the digital age, it is evident that nowadays information spreads itself extremely fast and effectively. In this universe of available data, generally within reach of the palm of our hands, it is sometimes difficult to separate false from truth. Communication today can be false, distorted and biased and still be dispersed in great speed, without frontiers or limits, gaining the same strength as what should be trusted.

Artese F, Furquim LZ. The new DPJO: New ways of publishing, maintaining the commitment to science. Dental Press J Orthod. 2020 Nov-Dec;25(6):7-8.

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