Absolute numbers — readily available in the study — showing the results were not included in the news release. But the release provides good context in other areas.
We’ve seen it before: releases claim benefits and evidence based only on small safety trials — this time it’s an experimental drug for mesothelioma.
We also appreciated the discussion of how common high blood pressure is and why it’s so important to treat.
It conflates occasional acid reflux (or gastroesophageal reflux, which can cause heartburn) with the more serious problem of GERD, which also can cause heartburn.