Timothy A. Carey, University of Global Health Equity Numbers are extremely useful for succinctly conveying important information. Of course, all quantification, including statistics, has its limitations but it also has valuable advantages. The key is to make sure that the most relevant numbers are being used and prioritised appropriately. It is straightforward to obtain statistics […]

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