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Evaluation of stigmatizing language and medical errors in neurology coverage by US newspapers.
- Joseph J Caspermeyer, Edward J. Sylvester, J. Drazkowski, George L Watson, J. Sirven
- Mayo Clinic proceedings
- 1 March 2006
OBJECTIVES To analyze US newspaper coverage of neurologic diseases to determine whether stigmatizing language is used in describing patients and examine its sources where found and to examine stories… Expand
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In letters to the journals Science and Nature (1, 2), 22 virologists notified the research community of their interest in expanding research to develop strains of the already deadly H7N9 Asian… Expand
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- Edward J. Sylvester
- 31 December 2000