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Categories: The Guardian

12/19/2018

Guardian jumps to conclusions about an Alzheimer’s study that hasn’t even begun

6/4/2018

Numerous problems plague Guardian’s coverage of ‘holy grail of cancer research’

5/2/2018

Another rehashed news release from the Guardian, this time about partial vs. full knee replacement surgery

4/25/2018

Guardian spoon-feeds university news release to readers, claiming prostate cancer ‘breakthrough’

2/22/2018

Guardian trumpets a test to diagnose autism, but where’s the evidence?

12/5/2017

Guardian story on new migraine drug never establishes why it’s ‘an important step forward’

9/13/2017

Guardian leaves out a key potential conflict of interest in story on statin study

6/21/2017

For story on experimental prostate cancer blood test, Guardian leans heavily on news release

5/26/2017

Cautions and caveats help buoy Guardian story on using high platelet count for cancer detection

5/3/2017

Interesting postpartum depression study results reported in the Guardian, but have they actually been published?