Once again, this comes courtesy of Marilyn Mann, a friend and frequent commenter (in a five minute, 23 second interview — but it doesn’t seem to render the code accurately at WordPress, so go here, if clicking the below link gives you a “no video available” black screen):
. . . .This is a shocker to much of the medical community. . . but maybe we shouldn’t have been quite so surprised. . . we need to develop drugs that show improvements in clinical outcomes, not just laboratory results. . . . drugs that make biochemical measures better, don’t always make people better. . . .