Prologue: Medical Statistics
As we enter the first few months of the New Millenium, the majority of papers published in medical journals continue to contain a substantial amount of statistical material. And this has been true for at least the last 20 or 30 years. The majority of clinicians now accept that the key to progress in medicine is the collection and valid interpretation of evidence, particularly quantitative evidence in the form of numerical observations and measurements. The proper use of statistical methods is central in this process.
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