A greek is struggling against bad science in medical field.
This bio statistician, named Georgia Salanti, has undertaken a mathematical critical appraisal of medical studies published in scholarly journals.
An other scientist named Ioannidis selected 45 high impact articles which have demonstrated a significant effect of the intervention or the care they had studied.
He found that 41 percent of these articles he analysed where mathematically wrong in their statements of a significant effect. The full text of the study is readable here.
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