Back to the message I took from the linked article-----Medical opinion, science, if you will, changes regularly. No, not changes, but oscillates.
During the early 70's of the last century I was working as a technician/helper in a laboratory in a large medical school. Just to earn a few shekels to offset my college and living expenses. When the professor failed to attain the results he wanted, he did not think of modifying his understanding of the science. His tack was for us to take a few days to consider ways to change our tests in order to achieve the 'expected' results. This is not such a strange occurrence.
Don't be too quick to respond to every breeze that blows your way.
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