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Categories: Wall Street Journal

2 8/29/2018

WSJ reporter claims a carotid artery scan ‘saved’ his life — but there’s no way to know that

7/10/2018

WSJ offers caution early and often in coverage of latest experimental Alzheimer’s drug

5/10/2018

Gene test for depression treatment: Realistic patient story helps keep WSJ article grounded

2 4/4/2018

Prostate cancer gene test: WSJ skirts around lack of long-term data

1/12/2018

Stem cells for knee problems: WSJ doesn’t explore costs, harms, alternatives

12/20/2017

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

11/6/2017

WSJ’s look at stent study: Solid reporting, with room for more detail on costs and risks

10/27/2017

Plenty of context, but evidence was AWOL in WSJ story on uterine fibroid treatment

10/17/2017

WSJ wisely reports on Ebola vaccines: ‘It is unknown…what antibody levels are needed to protect patients’

6/28/2017

WSJ’s look at digital therapy covers a lot of ground–except potential downsides