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“trial and error” drug discovery process
May 14, 2014
by Marija (Masha) Zecevic
There are certain instances in which a false positive result of a diagnostic procedure is unacceptable. A result of a test is always a statistical probability with a more or less remote chance of the outcome not being correct.
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