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How to report on preliminary Alzheimer’s research results

The (Minneapolis) Star Tribune published a fairly good example of how to inform, but not mislead or cheerlead, when reporting about early Alzheimer’s research results. Let’s start with the headline and subhead: Alzheimer’s researchers at University of Minnesota reverse memory loss in mice The research could lead to new treatments for humans, but that would […]
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