If I tossed a coin many times, but only reported the result when it was heads, you would say it wasn't fair. This kind of reporting is common amongst drug companies when developing and testing new drugs, and so this is the quality of information doctors have available when deciding what drugs to treat you with. As a result, many drugs routinely prescribed by doctors probably have no beneficial effect, but may still cause dangerous side-effects, as well as costing millions.
If you would like doctors to have access to the result of every 'coin toss', regardless of the result, before writing your prescription, here's where to sign: http://www.alltrials.net/
... not showing 47 replies to this topic ... Register as a New User or login to gain full access to the forums. Registration is quick and completely free. If you are definitely logged on, press Ctrl+F5 keys to reload this page [read more]
Unregistered users can only read messages in the most recent topics.
This topic has been archived, and won't accept reply postings.