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It’s difficult to do an overview of melanoma drug research in a relatively brief story. But this story did a solid job.
Solid medical conference reporting, with many expert interviews and good context provided. Goes far beyond the conference presentation itself.
Overall, a fairly thorough report that addressed almost all of our criteria satisfactorily.
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On the Knight Science Journalism Tracker, Paul Raeburn writes, “Beware the National Press Foundation’s ‘Tips for High-Fidelity Science Reporting’ webinar.”...
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