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Category: News from scientific meetings

12/14/2017

An imbalanced infographic: Is this the best way to bring ‘the most exciting, up-to-date science to the world’s attention’?

10/19/2017

Harvard researchers’ speculative, poop-based sports drink company raises questions about conflicts of interest

2 6/21/2017

American Diabetes Association’s Twitter fiasco: Does it matter to patients?

2 6/7/2017

CAR T-cell therapy — Why it’s too soon to speculate about a ‘cure’ for multiple myeloma

1 6/2/2017

6 things to keep in mind if you read cancer-related news in the next few days

7 8/30/2016

Reason number 1,001 to slow down when reporting on breaking health news

3 4/5/2016

Whiplash warning! Readers brace for possible neck injury as competing claims on statins hit the headlines

2/8/2016

Chocolate prevents preeclampsia? How a medical society’s poor PR helped drive this misleading message

2 12/17/2015

Some news from major breast cancer meeting needed more context

10/9/2015

“Real-life gaydar”? A news release sparks headlines that get ahead of the evidence