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I Don't Know What to Believe: Chinese version Image

I Don't Know What to Believe: Chinese version

This leaflet is a Chinese translation of our public guide to peer review. It is for people who follow debates about science and medicine in the news. It explains how scientists present and judge research and how you can ask questions of the scientific information presented to you. 

Translated by Yue Yuan, Editor, San Lian Life Weekly.

Document type: Understanding evidence

Published: 10 May 2013

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