How To Make Sense Of Medical Statistics Relative risk, absolute risk, number needed to treat: medical research papers are loaded with confusing statistics. Steven Woloshin and Lisa M. Schwartz, authors of the book Know Your Chances: Understanding Health Statistics, talk about what those numbers mean.
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How To Make Sense Of Medical Statistics

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How To Make Sense Of Medical Statistics

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How To Make Sense Of Medical Statistics

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Relative risk, absolute risk, number needed to treat: medical research papers are loaded with confusing statistics. Steven Woloshin and Lisa M. Schwartz, authors of the book Know Your Chances: Understanding Health Statistics, talk about what those numbers mean.

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