Does a Drug Really Work? Why Numbers, Not Testimonials, Matter

Testimonials from satisfied customers sell products. Every marketer knows that. But testimonials from patients are the wrong way to decide if a drug deserves an endorsement worth billions in sales from the Food and Drug Administration.

Why? Because, as a Virginia cancer doctor explains in a new article, the testimonials from happy cancer patients mask the fact that many other patients were not helped, or worse, were killed by the drug.

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