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Protecting consumers from misleading “mind over cancer” info from “peer-reviewed” journals

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HPV goes up, HPV goes down, and America struggles with the vaccine’s image problem

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MATH and Tumors

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Cancer as a psychological trauma

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Selling Science: Marketing Public Health Messages

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Shhh! Keeping quiet about the sad state of couples interventions for cancer patients research

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The Problem with “Fighting” Cancer

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Why Do People With Advanced Cancer Undergo Chemotherapy?

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The state of science writing, circa 2012: The summer of our discontent, made glorious by the possibilities of our time

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Is Cancer Care Worse in Poorer Neighborhoods?

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