A Brief Word About Why Researchers Need To Go That Extra Mile After Reporting Favorable Conclusions

Scientific inquiries may result in promising conclusions for medical procedures, particular therapy treatments, potential new drugs on the market, whathaveyou. Researchers need to engage in a similar objective and thoughtful approach (Hopefully, as was the case in their studies!) by talking about the inconsistencies which may occur outside of their conclusions. It will bring awareness before these medical procedures, therapy treatments, new drugs are made available for the general public.

Widening the discussion allows members of society a greater understanding for any potential decision making for their health requirements.

When there is a not-talking-about-the-potential-risks (i.e., silence in the research narrative), that is analogous to somone receiving their filled prescription with the pharmacy neglecting to include the instruction form which details any possible negative reactions from said prescription.

Scientific inquiries are supposed to benefit society. When researchers fail to disclose any potential adverse reactions, it begs the question why the study was conducted in the first place.