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Tags: mice studies

1/12/2017

Fast-track this ‘revolutionary’ dental treatment? No way. Intervention only tested in mice tooth cells

9/26/2016

Dana-Farber touts potential leukemia ‘cure’ based on study involving only mice

9/12/2016

Potential new kidney cancer drug said to be “more effective than standard of care,” but only if you’re a mouse

8/9/2016

Release on bile acids as a heart treatment wrongly equates success in mice with human outcomes

1 10/23/2015

Referencing “animal study” in headline, NYIT accurately frames evidence on possible new heart failure treatment

8/24/2015

New imaging technique is good at finding early cancer in mice, but NIH release skimps on translation to human patients

6/24/2015

Release touts “new treatments to thwart colon cancer” — but buries that study subjects were mice