It takes experience to know that sometimes you don’t know

Doctors are more often wrong than they are right in prognostication, and patients could throw away good weeks, months, years, or even decades over a best-guess mistake. Doctors use data and experience to give their best prognoses for fatal illnesses – but patients can live for months or even years. Here, a consultant explains why. For the full story, visit The Guardian.

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