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Category: NIH

7/16/2018

After canceling an ethically dubious trial, NIH sticks with a muddled message on booze

7 8/30/2016

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

1 6/1/2016

The Cancer Moonshot: A perspective in 4 graphs

2 3/22/2016

Predictions for Precision Medicine get an evidence-based reality check  

3 3/1/2016

“Low T” tease: rosy anecdotes and the reality of testosterone treatment effects

1 2/29/2016

Precision Medicine at one year: A soaring White House summit and the potholes ahead

8 11/25/2015

Informed patients need one thing not provided in SPRINT trial news: what were the absolute benefit/harm numbers?

2 11/9/2015

Do published SPRINT study results live up to premature NIH news release hype?

2 9/18/2015

NIH SPRINT study sparks questions about overtreatment of mild hypertension