Medical Breakthrough Bringing New Hope To MS Patients
This article surely is a retelling of the original release about the drug, so hopefully a quick fact-check query will turn up the missing facts. This turns out to be the case.
Fact-checking, about which I've blogged numerous times, starts by taking a fact or two from a derivative article and follows it to its source.
My query was: Gabriel Pardo OMRF drug. Two of these are the preferred type of fact-checking keywords: proper nouns; both were taken from the koco.com article cited above. In case there were a lot of articles about Pardo and OMRF I added the less powerful term 'drug' since that's the word I'm hoping to replace with another proper noun.
This is a good search to demonstrate how ideal queries proceed from less to more specific.
Let's hope the new drug continues to show promising results.