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People regularly use web search engines to investigate the efficacy of medical treatments. Search results can contain documents that present incorrect information that contradicts current established medical understanding on whether a treatment is helpful or not for a health issue. If people are influenced by the incorrect information found in search results, they can make harmful decisions about the appropriate treatment. To determine the extent to which people can be influenced by searchdoi:10.1145/3121050.3121074 dblp:conf/ictir/PogacarGSC17 fatcat:ccxelk3ax5f7hh3r7hp3lrw7yu