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62. Who are Medical Researchers (part 3)

(Continued from part 2)

How is this helping us?

 medical researcher?

Could he be a Real Medical Researcher? One Way to find out!

Because over the past few centuries, those Scientists developed a system of testing what they think is true or not true. We call it  SCIENTIFIC METHOD. Medical Scientists use it to see  what medical remedies help people MOST OF THE TIME!

There is not a big machine in the sky that magically tells them this information. There is not one lone group of people in one high-secrecy building somewhere who automatically know the truth.

Even if they wear WHITE lab coats.

Even if they have thick glasses.

Even if they are paid TRUCKLOADS of cash by someone to tell you what works.

But Real Scientists have found the following principles are what work the best to figure out medical truth.

Oxford English Dictionary says the scientific method is: “a method or procedure that has characterized natural science since the 17th century, consisting in systematic observation, measurement, and experiment, and the formulation, testing, and modification of hypotheses.”[3]

Now Modern scientists are also expanding this a couple of dimensions: with Evidence Based Medicine, first developed by Archie Cochrane,

And then because there is so much information out there, recently Healthcare practictioners are developing a more professional methods of evaluating the flood of information, calling it  Systematic Review of which the best is considered a “Cochrane Review” in honor of the medical scientist Archie Cochrane

So nice to know that people have figured out how to know all these things.

CONTINUED IN PART 4

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