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Misinformation. A recent and major problem facing us all, and one that is pervasive in many realms including medicine and healthcare, which are, of course, favorite realms around here. But is all this stuff recent? Is misinformation a new phenomenon in the world of medicine and health, or does it have a history?

The answer to that, thanks in part to funding from the National Institute for Healthcare Management, is the topic of this week’s Healthcare Triage.

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Aaron Carroll -- Writer

Tiffany Doherty -- Writer and Script Editor

John Green -- Executive Producer

Stan Muller -- Director, Producer

Mark Olsen – Art Director, Producer

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