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To prevent misinformation on the internet in terms of treatment strategies. One article prior to peer review for publication is an example.



There appears to be a need for general correct information on laboratory and computer simulation technology that can be accessible to the public. The article mentioned above did not use computer aided drug design (CADD) technology in the proper way and generated results that were misleading to the public. Prior to publication, the article was accessible on the internet and had become quite popular. 

   What can help to prevent this something like Wikipedia for medical research procedures, ranging from statistical references and biochemical interactions to molecular docking procedures (CADD).

    In terms of statistical data references, the site could list examples of where statistical data could confuse the public...was there a significant sample size, for example. 


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