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Advance Of The Killer Ducks (English)
On which facts are the horror reports about H5N1 based?
An investigation
journalist, November 2005
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Advance Of The Killer Ducks (German)
On which facts are the horror reports about H5N1 based?
An investigation
journalist, November 2005
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Unhealthy Relationships (English)
How the Pharmaceutical Industry Influences the Media
journalist, November 2005
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Unhealthy Relationships (German)
How the Pharmaceutical Industry Influences the Media
journalist, November 2005
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"Big Pharma Exerts Pressure" (English)
Interview with Marcia Angell, former editor in chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, on editorial autonomy, fraud in science and the purpose of peer reviewing

Tip Of The Iceberg (English)
Why journalists shouldn't blindly rely on even reputable science magazines
message, July 2005

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"Big Pharma Exerts Pressure" (German)
Interview with Marcia Angell, former editor in chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, on editorial autonomy, fraud in science and the purpose of peer reviewing

Tip Of The Iceberg (German)
Why journalists shouldn't blindly rely on even reputable science magazine
message, July 2005

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Analysis: Properness Of The HIV Hypothesis Is A Media Hype
Comment and replies in the "Rapid Response" online discussion board
British Medical Journal (website), March/April 2005
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Sex, Blood And Death (English)
"HIV causes AIDS." The universally held acceptance of this theory demonstrates how scientific journalism disregards inconsistencies to dispel any doubts about authenticity
message, January 2005
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Sex, Blood And Death (German)
"HIV causes AIDS." The universally held acceptance of this theory demonstrates how scientific journalism disregards inconsistencies to dispel any doubts about authenticity
message, January 2005
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Protection From Abuse Of Power
Interview with Dan Noyes, Chairman of the Center For Investigative Reporting (San Francisco)
message, October 1999
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"Detached, Detailed, Accurate"
Interview with Peter Arnett about war reporting
message, July 1999
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Lewinsky Is Not A Substitute For Politics
USA: The midterm elections have made clear that investigation of the Lewinsky affair by the US press was contrary to the public interest and has brought long term damage to media confidence. But have journalists learned anything?
Sage&Schreibe, December 1998
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