What treatment appears cheap is not necessarily cost-effective
It is widespread practice that patients do “window shopping”. They would consult few Doctors, especially if they were told that they would need surgery, then think what majority of the Doctors said was the right option.
This is not necessarily correct. What majority of the Doctors said might be because all of them have similar concept about the treatment for that particular illness. That might not be the right treatment unless their practices are evidence based. For the patient it is important to consult the “right” Doctor who practices evidence based medicine, and what the “majority” think might not always be right.
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