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October 20th 2014:Misgivings about the Quality of Medical Research

Dr. Christopher Labos trained at McGill University, Canada, holds specialist certification in Internal Medicine and Cardiology, and a Master’s degree in Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health. He talks about his life, career in research, and experience with family caregiving. He says why in September 2014 he published the article, “It Ain't Necessarily So: Why Much of the Medical Literature Is Wrong”. He explains correlations and how these complicate medical research for causes and cures of illnesses. He discusses the timing of findings in medical research, false positive resear

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Dr. Christopher Labos

Dr. Christopher Labos did his medical training at McGill University, Canada, and has received specialist certification in Internal Medicine and Cardiology. He later earned a Master’s degree in Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health also from McGill. He currently conducts research in genetic factors that contribute to heart disease risk. He has presented at a number of national and international conferences and has several peer reviewed publications in major medical journals. He is a regular contributor to the Montreal Gazette and often speaks about health related issues, specifically about epidemiological bias in medical research.
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