Only one in 10 medical treatments are backed by high-quality evidence
Great confidence builder.
The analysis, which is published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, included 154 Cochrane systematic reviews published between 2015 and 2019. Only 15 (9.9%) had high-quality evidence according to the gold-standard method for determining whether they provide high or low-quality evidence,
Re: Only one in 10 medical treatments are backed by high-quality evidence
Speaking of studies that are interesting but you really can't cite them- this one off of mobility data.
Still, a highly Trumpy crowd that loved "freedom" (i.e. consumer items such as their sickles and fancy guns) more than their country.