90% of medical Wikipedia articles contain serious errors

Interesting data presented by scientists from the University Campbell. Analysis of medical Wikipedia articles showed that in 9 out of 10 cases they contain inaccuracies and even serious errors. The news has been spread to the whole world.

Wikipedia is among the ten most popular resources and takes 6th place in attendance. The user can create an article or correction. Wikipedia is the largest encyclopedia on earth, however, the information published in it, not always correct.

Medical students often use this resource when preparing for lessons. In the end the world gets specialists with incorrect and incomplete information. The official representative of the encyclopedia Stevie Benton (Wikimedia UK) made a proposal to a team of volunteer editors from a number of people with medical education. Think that they will find inaccuracies in the articles and fix them.

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