The height of irresponsibility

To people suffering from melanoma, this headline on Yahoo! Shine promises an answer to their prayers:

cure shine

It is also a lie.

The writer of that headline is apparently so cognitively impaired (or so lazy that she didn’t read the article) she failed to appreciate this tidbit from the article:

cure shine 2

This is the height of irresponsibility. It’s not the first time a Shine writer has totally f**ked a headline dealing with cancer. It’s just one more example of why you can’t trust anything you read on Yahoo!.

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2 Responses to “The height of irresponsibility”

  1. lectorconstans Says:

    Yes, but: What kind of a headline would “Scientists say they didn’t find a cure for skin cancer” be?


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