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  • AdelleChattre (edited 8 months ago)

    The Torygraph hates mobile. Here's the Harvard Medical School press release. In which we find that zero point six percent of patients fared any differently.

    • NotWearingPants

      And that was limited to a subgroup who suffered a type of heart attack that didn't require immediate stenting. The farther you drill down, the less relevant the headline is.

      The headline could have read: 'Sicker patients more likely to die'