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Cancer

2020-07-27T19:55:49+00:00

The purpose of the study was to measure the impact of blood transfusions on the risk of cancer in the recipients. The hypothesis was as follows: H1. Blood transfusions significantly affect the risk of cancer in the recipients.  We performed a regression analysis. Blood transfusions did not affect the risk of cancer in the recipients (β=0.01, [...]

Allergic Patients

2020-07-27T19:01:25+00:00

The purpose of the study was to measure if there are significantly different responses to treatments between allergic and non-allergic patients. The hypothesis was as follows: There are significantly different responses to treatments between allergic and non-allergic patients. We performed an independent t-test. There were significantly different responses to treatments between allergic and non-allergic [...]

Painkillers & Chronic Pain

2020-07-27T19:58:33+00:00

The purpose of the study was to measure the impact of painkillers on chronic pain. The hypothesis was as follows: H1. Painkillers significantly affect chronic pain. We performed a regression analysis. Painkillers significantly affected chronic pain (β=-0.37, p<0.05). Call Us Now At (301) 800-0038 And Get $100 Off Join The 300,000+ [...]

Lung Cancer

2020-07-27T19:05:42+00:00

The purpose of this study was to compare the difference in relative risk (RR) of lung cancer between the intervention and control groups. The hypothesis was: The intervention group will have an increase in relative risk (RR) of lung cancer from pre to post while the control group will have no statistically significant change or [...]

Compound D-600

2020-07-27T20:02:48+00:00

The purpose of this study was to examine if there is a significant effect of compound D-600 (methoxyverapamil) on gluconeogenesis. The hypothesis being tested was: H1. There is a significant effect of compound D-600 on gluconeogenesis. A regression analysis was conducted. There was a significant effect of compound D-600 on gluconeogenesis (β=0.52, p<0.05). [...]