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Media coverage of scientific presentations

Terry D Bolin and James V Bertouch
Med J Aust 2002; 177 (7): 374-374.
Published online: 7 October 2002

In reply: Aroney's letter raises a number of important issues. The first of these is the question of whether a scientific fact requires the blessing of peer review to become established as such. The corollary of this is whether or not all peer-reviewed facts are necessarily true. The answer to both questions is probably no.

  • Terry D Bolin1
  • James V Bertouch2

  • Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, NSW.

Correspondence: td.bolin@unsw.edu.au

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