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An adequate summary of this asthma drug trial’s design doesn’t make up for the overly optimistic tone about the drug’s future. A New York Times story was better.
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.
The following is a guest post by Carl Elliott MD, PhD, a professor in the Center for Bioethics at the...
Important news leading into a holiday weekend. Stephen Colbert was back this week with another segment of “Cheating Death” on...
On a BMJ blog, Dr. Margaret McCartney writes about her irritation after seeing ads on the side of buses in...