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Uncertainty, imprecision and unknowing
Now it might not be quite the right way of describing the challenges in communicating what we don’t know, but I find we can often tie ourselves up in knots when it comes to explaining our lack of knowledge about an effect or prognosis. Take a child with a new diagnosis of metastatic rhabdomyosarcoma. We know, from the large trials which covered over three quarters …
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