The Greater the Financial Interests, the Less Likely Research Findings Are to Be True

1 year ago

Most healthcare professionals are not aware of the problem that "Most published research findings are false (" (Dr. John Ioannidis)

When Dr. Malholtra ( argued against vaccine mandates, the Chair of the BMA had a conversation with him and said, "I can tell you one thing, most of the people — certainly in health policy that I know — and this may include the chief medical officer, I don't think they're critically appraising the evidence in the way you are."

Another interesting finding from Dr. John Ioannidis ( is that "The greater the financial and other interests and prejudices in a scientific field, the less likely the research findings are to be true."

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