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(CNBC)   20% worldwide at risk of developing 'severe' cases of the 'rona claim totally not legit click-baity scienticians in "The Lancet." You won't believe what happens next   (cnbc.com) divider line
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2020-06-16 2:42:55 PM  
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Ironically, Subby, it's a fair criticism of The Lancet to say they are clickbaity, but medical journals use slightly different vocabulary for it.  "A reputation for being 'first to publish' is a double-edged sword," for example.

But, yeah.

We're all so boned.  And none of it had to be.  Thanks for gutting the CDC and killing the quiet monitoring and mentoring program in China, Trump!  No one could have seen this coming!  < eye roll >
 
2020-06-16 2:56:26 PM  
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In other news, some people don't know that 20% and 1 in 5 are the same thing. Yes, we know that 80% of people don't need to go to the hospital, and 20%, or 1 in 5, do.
 
2020-06-16 2:46:56 PM  
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I didn't know Count Rugen had that tattoo.
 
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