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Mistakes and Consequences

Mistakes

 

Consequences

Placing the Presumption on the Wrong Side

 

The most common mistake people make is to subject persons with sensitivities to a reverse onus when they report their experience of repeatable, controllable circumstances, contrary to ethics, social convention and laws since the Magna Carta. This practice is unethical in any context, but becomes especially damaging in clinical medicine.

 

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