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Category: Wisdom of the crowds


A new stink over breast cancer fundraising, lawsuits, and perfume


Advertising a different way to fight cholesterol – but without evidence on big outcomes


Should we call us patients? Thoughts on changing mindsets, not terms

4 9/23/2010

Miracle! Cure! Marvel! – NBC’s way of covering cancer drug costs


You should know about the Society for Participatory Medicine


Wisdom of the crowds erupts against Slate piece on industry-supported medical education


Wisdom of the crowds: news consumers tired of misinterpreted observational studies


e-patient Dave tells patients and docs to wise up on evidence

18 5/28/2010

Breast cancer advocate tells LA TV station they're hyping false hope

2 2/4/2010

Blogger: "Lights, Camera, Unnecesarean" about NBC Today Show