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Medicine in America
FOCUS: Global Health 3rd January 2018 • Trending Globally: Politics and Policy • Trending Globally: Politics & Policy
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Medicine in America: How do we know it works, and why don’t we want more proof? Erik Patashnik, co-author of the new book Unhealthy Politics, and Mark Peterson, an expert on on the role of evidence in policy making, explore why efforts to base U.S. medicine more evidence based meets with political resistance and public unease. You can read a transcript of this episode here: [https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RjU9fRmaYJvYbubrRNvdieqrX9pJdu8d/view?usp=sharing]

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