Question on IPreview PDF corruption?

My iPreview reader is reading a pdf document's highlights and notes in the  left column (when i select it) very oddly, it has a little symbol of an alien head in place of each space that I have selected in the text. This is a very large text and I am half way through with it-can you please help so I don't loose all my information? Thank you!

What is iPreview. It doesn't even show up in a Google search?
If you're sharing PDF files which have annotations with a third party PDF reader, that's very chancey, and there are no guarantees that the annotations won't be corrupted. It happens with Apple Preview, for example.

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