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Categories: STAT

7 9/26/2018

STAT’s cheerleading coverage of prescription fish oil capsule lacks crucial context


STAT suggests flu drug could ‘upend treatment,’ but there’s plenty to question about this claim


Small ‘diabetes vaccine’ study: STAT provides lots of useful numbers for readers


Antibiotics could ‘dramatically reduce’ STIs, STAT says, though findings apply to small group of men


STAT provides readers with necessary details to make sense of new PSA screening study


STAT puts $950 DNA-based fertility test under the microscope


Vaccine shows protection against gonorrhea, STAT reports. But what about the costs and potential harms?


STAT’s cautious story provides interesting insights into challenges of Alzheimer’s research


Facial-recognition software for diagnosing genetic disorders: STAT leaves too many questions unanswered


Vitamins delivered via IV: STAT wisely asks ‘where’s the evidence?’