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Gerd Gigerenzer podcast: systematic misinformation of the public about health care

“Health care should not systematically mislead the public about benefits and about harms.” With strong, authoritative statements like that, Gerd Gigerenzer grabbed my attention the first time I heard him speak. Yes, his soft-spoken eloquence and Bavarian baritone were engaging. But the hook was his ability to break down seemingly-complex issues about risk and statistics into easy-to-understand nuggets.
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