German sickness assn files plagiarism charge:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The 4,000-member German sickness insurance association (VKVD) has launched a charge of plagiarism against a newly-set up rival, the DKVV. The latter has copied the VKVD's internet pages, merely changing names where necessary, claims the VKVD. Shannon International plc, a German-based company that operates under UK law, is the DKVV site sponsor. Last year, collaboration between the two groups was intimated but not consummated.
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