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Experts React to and Correct Women's Health Misinformation on TikTok

Influencers dispensing unverified medical advice on social media can cause real harm.
A cellphone has a person with a TV in place of their head and the words FAKE NEWS showing on screen.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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