Relative Versus Absolute Predictions - I

BusinessWeek magazine often aims to be provocative with its lead articles, but the January 17, 2008 cover story, “Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?” seemed to hit a particularly sensitive public nerve. The article raised a host of issues, including consideration of the individual patient against the population, the relationship between cholesterol levels and coronary health in general and the relative benefits of statin drugs for a heart-healthy population versus those with coronary disease.1

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