Can there be such a thing as too much press coverage of research presented at a medical conference? Apparently so. Press coverage of scientific meetings may be characterized as "too much, too soon," according to an article appearing in the June 5 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA). Results are frequently presented to the public as scientifically sound evidence rather than preliminary findings of still uncertain validity. This coverage is concerning since a substantial number ...

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