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More conference spam... from Nature

I've complained in the past about fake scientific conferences organized by BIT Life Sciences and IEEE. Now Nature Publishing Group is getting into the act, with TEDMED:

"meet a Nobel laureate or two, talk informally with the heads of the FDA, NIH..."
If I did medical research, I might be fooled into thinking the invitation had something to do with my expertise. The $4950 registration fee gives the game away, though.

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