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How Do Pharmaceutical Company Controlled Studies Have a 95% Success Rate?

Executive Summary

  • An enormous issue in the pharmaceutical industry is rigged studies.
  • Analysis of these studies shows greater than a 95% success rate.

Introduction

Pharmaceutical companies say that they perform studies to prove their drugs’ effectiveness. However, why do their studies so consistently have positive results?

Dr. John Ioannidis

The best-known researcher on the accuracy of scientific studies is Dr. John Ioannidis. His following video covers important topics.

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