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Accuracy watch

Tue., April 8, 2014

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East Coast fever affects lymphocytes

A Murrow News Service story on Sunday incorrectly stated that a disease known as East Coast fever can cause red blood cells in cattle to divide and spread, due to a reporter’s error. The disease affects lymphocytes.

Zaycon buys from processors, farmers

Zaycon sells meat directly from meat processing plants and farmers. A headline and photo caption on Monday’s front page mischaracterized the business.


 

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