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AHA 2008: What can lab-based scientists learn from clinical researchers?

When I was an undergraduate, my tutor, a laboratory-based PhD-trained scientist, often complained that the medical students he tutored were incapable of thinking scientifically; clinicians are only able to learn by rote, not think logically, my tutor regularly said. It was only when I started working in medical publishing that I came to realise how misinformed my tutor was and how rigorous clinical research can be. 

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