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February 1998, Week 1

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Fri, 6 Feb 1998 09:58:40 -0800
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I was looking for some information on thyroid disease the
other day and found, through a tip on the radio, that the
American Academy of Clinical Endocrinology had new statistics
on how much undiagnosed thyroid disease was out there. The
website was simply enough: http://www.aace.com. Their site
featured January as Thyroid disease month and had some of
the information I was looking for. Do I trust that? You bet.

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Frech Health Sciences Library      Harrison Memorial Hospital
2520 Cherry Avenue,                Bremerton, WA 98310
        Margery Keppel, Librarian, (360) 792-6500
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On Thu, 5 Feb 1998, Lynn Hoover wrote:

> This question just occurred to me, but is there a hesitancy among medical
> librarians to trust medical information derived from the Internet?  All?
> some? depends on the sources?  depends on reviews of the site?
>
> Lynn D. Hoover
> The Hoover Associates
> Health Information Resources
> Pittsburgh, PA
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>

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