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October 29, 2004


John Anderson

Apparently the 100,000 figure was picked because it was in the middle of the possible range. People who know more than I say anything from 11,000 to 198,000 works in this formulation: the method was OK if the samples were homogenous, but in this case they were not. I'll wait until MEdpudit (or Junkscience) has the whole Lancet article for review.

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