Published: 5 January 2016
Author(s): Maurizio Bifulco
Issue: January 2016
Section: Letters to the Editor

Not just solid knowledge and pronounced attitude to research: currently, the ability to communicate regarding health and disease problems seems to be a required quality in the scientific community. The “new” task for biomedical and clinical scientists is to share and make their results available, especially if their data deal with issues of common interest. This scientific communication using a simple language should transmit definite information without the distortion usually added by media, thus providing the instruments to conscious health decisions.


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