Peer reviewers are supposed to be the gatekeepers of science, but unluckily, sometimes peer reviewers are also guilty of misconduct. This case explore tracks an ethical breach by a peer reviewer and summarizes the rules laid down by the Committee of Publication Ethics regarding the ethical standards and boundaries that reviewers are expected to uphold in peer review.
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