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These thumbnails focus on the reasons why we conduct fair tests of treatments using particular methods.
- Drastic treatment is not always the best
- Random allocation – a simple explanation
- The struggle for unbiased evidence
- Don’t assume early detection is worthwhile
- Don’t play poker with your genes
- Facing up to uncertainties: a matter of life and death
- Addressing uncertainty is professional
- Can patients cope with uncertainty?
- What does “statistically significant” mean?
- Why did you start?
- The importance of systematic reviews
- Biased ethics
- Pester power and new drugs
- Shared decision-making
- Don’t be fooled by eye-catching statistics
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