Often times the literature can demonstrate findings pointing in different directions. That is, we often encounter two equally credible, and peer-reviewed sources- one may show that a drug increases an effect and the other may show the drug decreases that same effect. How do you make sense of this in practice when you can frequently “pick your paper” to support a clinical decision?
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