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5 questions to ask when reading about new research in the media

Employees work at the R&D laboratory of the Beijing Applied Biological Technologies Co. during a government organised tour of the facility following the outbreak of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Beijing, China, May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Thomas Peter - RC27OG9QXS82

Questions to ask yourself when reading about new medical research. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Peter - RC27OG9QXS82

Hassan Vally
Associate Professor, La Trobe University
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