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            At PLOS, we believe anyone should be able to publish their science regardless of their ability to pay to read or pay to publish. We believe APCs should be just one part of a mixed model ecosystem. And we believe partnership in collaboration with research institutions, consortia, funders, and service providers is the only way to achieve these goals.

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