Doc complains, gets misleading bus ads banned
This was CBS headline 1 year ago
Here we go again with early cancer abstract reporting
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This story focuses on a family that may have a rare genetic mutation that increases their risk of heart disease. Unfortunately, the “rare” part wasn’t mentioned until 1,600 words into this 2,100 word story.
While this story adequately addressed 7 of our 10 criteria, the 3 on which it missed were significant omissions, yet could have been easily addressed.
Solid medical conference reporting, with many expert interviews and good context provided. Goes far beyond the conference presentation itself.
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On a BMJ blog, Dr. Margaret McCartney writes about her irritation after seeing ads on the side of buses in...
HealthDay reports on a paper published in JAMA Internal Medicine: “The costly form of radiation therapy that has become the...