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Month: January 2015

Quality, Quantity and the Value of Evidence

Quality, Quantity and the Value of Evidence

Some time ago I was blocked on Twitter by a fairly well accomplished breast cancer surgeon for daring to question his rather dogmatic insistence on denigrating the quality of evidence, particularly the “anecdotal” evidence of cessation and perceived health benefits that users of electronic cigarettes experience. This is a more lengthy reply to him, and may serve as an education for others in the medical communities who have an interest in the topic. For background, I am a practicing trauma…

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