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Categories: Associated Press

10/8/2018

AP offers strong reporting about the evidence for a drug treatment for moderate bone loss

8/16/2018

Multigene test may find risk for common diseases, but there’s no evidence it will make anyone healthier

4/11/2018

Diagnosing Alzheimer’s using biomarkers–AP makes it clear that there is no benefit to patients

3/29/2018

AP story on ‘selfie medicine’ adherence programs overlooked evidence showing they don’t work well

3/1/2018

AP’s widely-reported story on IV fluids oversimplified the research

1/18/2018

‘It’s unknown whether treatment increases survival,’ AP wisely notes about new breast cancer drug

1 11/28/2017

Patient anecdote outweighs data in AP’s look at lymph node transfer surgery

5 10/25/2017

Brief but informative report from AP on newly approved shingles vaccine

10/10/2017

AP makes it clear that gene therapy has uncertain future for treating ALD

10/3/2017

AP’s write-up on a new continuous blood sugar monitor–where’s the proof that it works?