Recommended Reading from Gary Johnson

Dr. Johnson writes:

“Lack of efficacy of als care makes the nyt …..

When options are available, it’s tempting to go for the maximum treatment. But that doesn’t necessarily lead to better outcomes.”

Doing More for Patients Often Does No Good

David Rothman adds:
See also: Carroll’s blog and the GREAT patient education videos you can see at the Healthcare Triage YouTube Channel. I am especially fond of his video on vaccines and ASDs.

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