Bioethics News

Reports Of Medical Breakthroughs Often Don’t Prove Out

When you pick up a newspaper and read a story about the latest results on breast cancer, autism, depression or other ailments, what are the odds that finding will stand the test of time? The answer, according to a study in the journal PLOS One is: flip a coin

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