Lecture on Scientific Bias in Cardiology

Last month I gave a lecture in Brazil (via my house in Kentucky) on scientific bias in cardiology.

It’s about 20 minutes. Dr Bob Kaplan from Stanford also spoke on issues relating to how FDA approves drugs–a timely topic.

Many of you know that I espouse a medically conservative approach to medical practice.

My lecture explains some of the reasons I take that approach. I try to make the case for a humble approach to medical evidence and what doctors can do.

We have a 30 minute discussion after the lecture. That was fun.

The intro and moderator is my friend and colleague Dr Luis Correia, who is an excellent doctor to follow on Twitter: @LuisCLCorreia

Here is the Youtube link:

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