The Epidemic of Fake Cancer News Online: New Evidence of Rampant Misleading Information That Can Cost Lives

Nearly 40 percent of fake or misleading news online has to do with health, according to a new analysis. Objectivity is an important measure of quality, but there are many others criteria, so how do you figure out what's solid information?

Published Jul 29, 2019

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