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Why you should be suspicious of subgroups: A new addition to our toolkit

10:00 EDT 10 Aug 2017 | Healthnewsreview

Our toolkit is chock full of resources designed to help journalists and the public think smarter about health care. And we just added a brand new primer: 3 reasons why you should be suspicious of study ‘subgroup’ results. Why do we need to know about subgroups? Because they’re often touted in news stories and PR releases as […]

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