April 12, 2015 by arthuryinfan
Rana Hinman’s Acupuncture Clinical Trial has too many methodology Flaws (III)-There is a crucial mistake in interpreting the Hypothesis testing – What means? if P>0.05..
Posted in commentary | Tagged Acupuncture, acupuncture clinical trial, Australia, chronic knee pain, clinical trial, JAMA, Journal of American Medical Association, methodology flaws, P>0.05, Rana Hinman, results interpretation, What means? if P>0.05 | Leave a Comment
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