Alessandro R Marcon
Alessandro R Marcon
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Representing a “revolution”: how the popular press has portrayed personalized medicine
AR Marcon, M Bieber, T Caulfield
Genetics in Medicine 20 (9), 950-956, 2018
Protecting, promoting, and supporting breastfeeding on Instagram
AR Marcon, M Bieber, MB Azad
Maternal & child nutrition 15 (1), e12658, 2019
Health misinformation and the power of narrative messaging in the public sphere
T Caulfield, AR Marcon, B Murdoch, JM Brown, ST Perrault, J Jarry, ...
Canadian Journal of Bioethics/Revue canadienne de bioéthique 2 (2), 52-60, 2019
Fake news portrayals of stem cells and stem cell research
AR Marcon, B Murdoch, T Caulfield
Regenerative medicine 12 (7), 765-775, 2017
Non-invasive prenatal testing and the unveiling of an impaired translation process
B Murdoch, V Ravitsky, U Ogbogu, S Ali-Khan, G Bertier, S Birko, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 39 (1), 10-17, 2017
Media portrayal of illness-related medical crowdfunding: A content analysis of newspaper articles in the United States and Canada
B Murdoch, AR Marcon, D Downie, T Caulfield
PloS one 14 (4), e0215805, 2019
Injecting doubt: responding to the naturopathic anti-vaccination rhetoric
T Caulfield, AR Marcon, B Murdoch
Journal of Law and the Biosciences 4 (2), 229-249, 2017
Chiropractic and spinal manipulation therapy on twitter: case study examining the presence of critiques and debates
AR Marcon, P Klostermann, T Caulfield
JMIR public health and surveillance 2 (2), e153, 2016
CRISPR in the North American popular press
A Marcon, Z Master, V Ravitsky, T Caulfield
Genetics in Medicine 21 (10), 2184-2189, 2019
COVID-19 and ‘immune boosting’on the internet: a content analysis of Google search results
C Rachul, AR Marcon, B Collins, T Caulfield
BMJ open 10 (10), e040989, 2020
Portrayal of umbilical cord blood research in the North American popular press: promise or hype?
AR Marcon, D Allan, M Barber, B Murdoch, T Caulfield
Regenerative medicine 15 (1), 1228-1237, 2020
The “subluxation” issue: an analysis of chiropractic clinic websites
AR Marcon, B Murdoch, T Caulfield
Archives of physiotherapy 9 (1), 1-7, 2019
“Immune Boosting” in the time of COVID: selling immunity on Instagram
DN Wagner, AR Marcon, T Caulfield
Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology 16 (1), 1-5, 2020
The law and problematic marketing by private umbilical cord blood banks
B Murdoch, AR Marcon, T Caulfield
BMC Medical Ethics 21 (1), 1-6, 2020
Commenting on chiropractic: A YouTube analysis
AR Marcon, T Caulfield
Cogent Medicine 4 (1), 1277450, 2017
Discussing non‐invasive prenatal testing on Reddit: The benefits, the concerns, and the comradery
AR Marcon, V Ravitsky, T Caulfield
Prenatal Diagnosis 41 (1), 100-110, 2021
The Discursive Enactment of Edward Snowden
A Marcon
Carleton University, 2015
Peddling promise? An analysis of private umbilical cord blood banking company websites in Canada
AR Marcon, B Murdoch, T Caulfield
Cell and Tissue Banking, 1-14, 2021
The consumer representation of DNA ancestry testing on YouTube
AR Marcon, C Rachul, T Caulfield
New Genetics and Society, 1-22, 2020
Microbiome research, nutrition, and social media: A messaging muddle
AR Marcon
UNSCN Nutrition 45 45 (, 116-121, 2020
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