SPOTLIGHT: Doctors sign on to "wiki" sites

In the past, physicians got their clinical information primarily from textbooks, journals and discussions with colleagues. Today, however, much of the discussion has shifted to the Web, with collaboratively-created "wiki" sites leading the pack. A growing number of physicians have created medical wikis, which allow anyone to add, remove or edit content. The question is, is it safe for doctors to rely on what they read?  Article

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