Published: 3 October 2014
Author(s): Harald Walach, Paolo Roberti di Sarsina, Mariateresa Tassinari
Section: Letter to the Editor

Pandolfi and Carreras are to be congratulated on their argument in favor of a Bayesian view on medical decision making and statistics [1]. The authors rightly point out that, given a mildly skeptical stance, even a strongly significant result of a research experiment won't convert this into acceptance or security. What the authors say is much more general and pertains to the whole of medicine, not only to CAM.


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