Distrust of science is a problem in health care innovation

Distrust of science is a problem in health care innovation

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With an emphasis on proper care, questions are raised about the proven efficacy of medications and treatments. Answering these questions is complex, but it becomes even more difficult with public opinion that leaves no room for doubt. This is noted by Sarah Kleinen and Wim Goettsch of the National Institute of Health Care.

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