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Tag: Knight Science Journalism Tracker

1/6/2015

Paul Raeburn’s farewell on Knight Science Journalism Tracker: Three reasons why good science writing is worth defending

8/4/2014

Ebola news notes, including ethical questions for CNN

6/26/2014

Questioning some of the ways in which new drug treatments are reported to the public

2/19/2014

Health/science news criticism: “nothing at stake here except the survival of credible journalism”

4/4/2013

TIME, TIME Warner ethical questions raised in cancer coverage

3/19/2013

Curating the use of “cure” in AIDS news

1/4/2013

Critical journalists try to deliver the skinny on “overweight people live longer” stories

10/7/2011

Lots of ink/digits for embryonic stem cell study; what does it mean?

4/22/2011

Two touching tributes for HealthNewsReview.org on leading journalism sites