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SciWriteLabs 7.2: The New York Times’s Amy Harmon on what it means to be a science writer

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Today’s Twitter chat with “Here is a Human Being” author Misha Angrist…Storified!

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SciWriteLabs #5.2: Bhattacharya returns! The MMR debacle and why peer review is no substitute for penetrative reporting

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SciWriteLabs #4, in which Alistair Dove argues that bad science inevitably gets “overwritten” by good science…and I point out on all the harm that can happen in the meantime

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This Week in PLoS Medicine: Predicting polio outbreaks; Community-wide vaccination; Scale-up in medical education

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Failed vaccine campaigns are a global issue

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The business of vaccines

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Colbert interviews Paul Offit, accidental release of Southern accent

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