CogDiss 1188X Saturday, 01/12/19 02:16:35 PM Re: abeta post# 208130 0 Post # of 228468 Got it - thanks! A noble impulse to round given a sensitivity to what the underlying data actually represents. One rarely comes across that in cancer research analysis. Long ago, a friend who had access to a medical library made photocopies of articles for me. He was curious and actually read one of them. He was appalled by the dehumanizing language used by the researchers. “Cohorts” for groups of patients particularly stuck in his craw. This tendency represents a danger that can have real world consequences for how doctors deal with patients. It’s definitely something for us to be vigilant about. Thanks for the reminder!