Practicing physicians like me rely on up scientific medical journals to keep us current on medical developments. We learn about new treatments for old diseases. New diagnostic tests are presented as alternatives to existing methods. Established treatments, which are regarded as dogma, may be shown to be less effective or less safe than originally believed. It’s a confusing intellectual morass to sort among complex and conflicting studies some of which reach opposite conclusions in the same medical journal. What’s a practicing physician to do?
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