A good clinical study or data for a clinical trial comes after years and years of research and publications. Until, different researchers can reproduce the results independently, those data are not credible to reach an inference. This is called Science Based Medicine, in which key word is taking into account ALL the published literature. Evidence Based Medicine on the other hand could also mean taking into account one published paper and make an inference. Most people think there is an article out there, it must be true. Right? NO: wrong.
Any data can be ‘massaged’ either way or every time you perform an experiment there could be different results. Therefore, you have to look at years and years of data on the same topic, and then make a scientific consensus from there. We take care of that for you here at The Scrutinizer.