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Tag: problematic PR releases

11/6/2018

Problematic PR releases: Medical studies backed by food industry trade groups

1 10/17/2018

Problematic PR releases: As evidence lags on proton therapy, hospitals lure patients with anecdotes and high-tech appeals

10/1/2018

Problematic PR releases: Why you should dig deeper when you see the term “minimally invasive”

9/12/2018

Problematic PR releases: Costs are hidden in cancer testing news

9/5/2018

Problematic PR releases: more mice, more muddled messages

8/22/2018

Problematic PR releases: Health claims based on animal studies

8/14/2018

The art of the non-news release: News you can’t use

1 8/8/2018

Problematic PR releases: Publicizing phase 1 trials

4 7/30/2018

Problematic PR releases: Where’s the data?