A targeted testing strategy is the gold standard when screening for disease. This is the best practice for a reason.
why false negatives aren't as much of a problem in practice
Whether or not a false positive is an error can depend on who you ask
what does it mean when disease incidence is uncorrelated with mortality. can you have cancer even if you will never be sick?
being healthy means saying yes to life
Infection is a risk factor, not a disease itself
when we look only to scientists for solutions, we will come up short
We still do have to learn to live with all viruses
Imagine if Gmail delivered 95% of emails to the correct person’s inbox and sent the other 5% to a different person’s inbox. Or, imagine if Microsoft…
how scientific reasoning and logic failed during a public health crisis
data is a great tool, some expect too much of it
Why do we put so much faith in a fallible process?