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Published on 09.03.16 in Vol 2, No 1 (2016): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "Gordie Howe’s “Miraculous Treatment”: Case Study of Twitter Users’ Reactions to a Sport Celebrity’s Stem Cell Treatment"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.5264):

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  1. Chisholm J, Ruff C, Viswanathan S. Current state of Health Canada regulation for cellular and gene therapy products: potential cures on the horizon. Cytotherapy 2019;21(7):686
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  2. Meehan D, Bizzi IH, Ghezzi P. Stem Cell Therapy on the Internet: Information Quality and Content Analysis of English Language Web Pages Returned by Google. Frontiers in ICT 2017;4
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  3. Alvaro N, Miyao Y, Collier N. TwiMed: Twitter and PubMed Comparable Corpus of Drugs, Diseases, Symptoms, and Their Relations. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(2):e24
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  4. Marcon AR, Caulfield T, Schumacher U. Commenting on chiropractic: A YouTube analysis. Cogent Medicine 2017;4(1)
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  5. Marcon AR, Murdoch B, Caulfield T. Fake news portrayals of stem cells and stem cell research. Regenerative Medicine 2017;12(7):765
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  6. Prasad A. Resituating overseas stem cell therapy. Regenerative Medicine 2017;12(7):743
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