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Tag: John Ioannidis


5-Star Friday: Movers & shakers


‘Why Most Clinical Research Is Not Useful’ yet tsunami of news about it

2 12/7/2015

Podcast: John Ioannidis – “scourge of sloppy science”


Arizona Republic tracks state law allowing do-it-yourself lab testing

2 2/23/2015

Stealth Research & “may they know the exact content of their stools”


The Friday file of things I wish I’d addressed earlier


At last: new life, new funding, new initiatives, new people for


Of mice and men: problems with animal studies highlighted in a new light


Sound Medicine radio program profiles work of

8 11/1/2012

“Keep some healthy skepticism about claims for silver bullets, perfect cures, and huge effects”