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How an illusion of efficacy can be established for any treatment

Norman Fenton | October 23, 2022

In determining the efficacy of a medical intervention (such as a drug or vaccine) to stop a particular disease or virus it is typical to assume that the treatment needs time to work before a person is classified as ‘treated’. For example, a person vaccinated against a virus may be classified as ‘unvaccinated’ until 2 weeks after getting the vaccination. This simple animation with a hypothetical example shows that, with such a classification, a placebo (i.e. no effect) vaccination can be shown to be highly effective.

See also this article for more context… and note that this applies to observational studies rather than randomized controlled trials

October 24, 2022 - Posted by | Deception, Science and Pseudo-Science, Timeless or most popular, Video |

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