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January 04, 2006




Pardon my indignation, but who died and named you the Chief Statistician?

“To Err is Human” was published by the Institute of Medicine. Did you really say - "Obviously, the validity of the conclusions is very suspect when you look at the actual data—and the conclusions of the IOM become suspect as well"?

Have you presented your analysis to any recognized scientific body for review and criticism? Or, do you just make it up as you go along.

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GTL-- no one died.


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I think the system needs a change, a balance between regongizing that people act, sometimes irrational and feelings are a great part of us... and facts are the way to clarify everything!!

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The system must be changed, everybody knows that, the fact is nobody do any to change it. We need to be informed about what's happenning and which are the last news, so please don't leave to post about this stuff.


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