Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Journalism and cancer-related issues

Journalists stand as a buffer between researchers, clinicians and other experts, and the general audience; they hold the key for the public to understand cancer-related issue by turning experts’ technical language into simple information. ... ecancermedicalscience, the open access cancer journal from the European Institute of Oncology and the OECI (Organisation of European Cancer Institutes), published a few weeks ago an article on “How do medical journalists treat cancer-related issues?”. Considering the wide range of sources cancer patients now have access to, how medical journalists treat cancer-related issues is very important.Read more here.

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