Part 5 of video series: what you can do if you see slipshod health care news

We conclude this week-long video series with some simple advice to anyone who sees health care news that they know is biased, imbalanced, inaccurate, incomplete.

We hope you’ve enjoyed the series and that it has explained a little more about what we do, why do it, and why we think it’s important to improve the flow of health care news and information to the public.


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