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Are you asking your doctor for evidence yet? Did your doctor recommend a medication for you and you responded with, “How many patients have taken this drug for this condition and what % had a good or a bad outcome?” Did you ask your surgeon how many patients he operated […]

Patient Evidence Project- Prostate Cancer


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Last week, I asked if you have ever asked your doctor for evidence. For example, when your doctor prescribed a medication for you, did you ask how many patients, like yourself, have taken this drug and what percentage had a good or bad outcome? Did you ask your surgeon how […]

Difference Between Evidence & Opinions


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My name is Dr. Todd Feinman, and I have dedicated my career over the last 12 years trying to get consumers to use evidence every time they are given a recommendation or hear a claim from a doctor (or any expert.)  As a medical director and hospital-based physician, I enjoyed […]

A Message from Dr. Todd



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One of the main missions of Show Me The Evidence is to initiate a Paradigm shift in our culture.  A culture that is used to being passive and letting others tell us how to live, what to eat, and what treatments to get or drugs to take, without questioning or demanding that […]

The Evidence Paradigm Shift


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Read the following if you want to learn how to get the most relevant facts/data/evidence about the treatment your doctor is prescribing for you.  This evidence (that comes from clinical trials) is the data that determines whether or not you are getting the right treatment.  This evidence will tell you […]

Using the PICO Method to get Evidence


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In our 3rd Podcast we meet with Alan Rosenbach, M.D., a board-certified and Diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology specializing in laser procedures and dermatological surgery.   Dr. Todd and Dr. Alan have a lively conversation and debate about whether or not evidence is used in the field of dermatology. […]

Podcast Episode 3 – Dermatologist Interview



Ebola
In our second episode we discuss the growing threat of Ebola and how evidence can play an important roll.  We also talked with our first guest, Matt Miller, about health care, evidence, and his congressional campaign.  We asked him the most important question of all: Will you bring Evidence to […]

Matt Miller talks with Doctor Evidence- Podcast


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It’s finally here!  Our first Podcast. In this first episode of the Show Me The Evidence Podcast we meet the SMTE team: Nathan Edmondson, Erin Davis, and Dr. Todd Feinman.  We interview Dr. Todd, and he shares with us the story of why he turned-in his stethoscope for a computer, […]

Interview with Doctor Evidence- Podcast


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“Show Me The Evidence” is all about asking for the evidence for any health related scenario whether it be in a clinic, hospital, supermarket, health expo, or bookstore.  But we aren’t the only ones who are asking questions and demand to see the truth.  We found people all over the […]

What Evidence Do You Want To See?



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What is it like to spend a day in the life of, who we consider, the Evidence guru, Dr. Todd Feinman?  For those of you who don’t know, Dr. Todd is the CMO & Founder of The Qure and Doctor Evidence. Both companies are dedicated to getting real evidence back […]

Being Todd Feinman


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By now you probably have a pretty good idea of who we are and what we are trying to do.  We are the “evidence” tribe!  We have been called the “avatars of evidence,” the “evidence whisperers,” the “Robin Hood of evidence” (we take evidence from those that have it and […]

Who is “Show Me The Evidence”?


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What you’re about to read and watch could potentially save your life, help you get the best treatment, or avoid an unnecessary treatment. You often see health care advertisements that say things like “Drug A is 60% more effective than Drug B” or Lipitor reduced the risk of heart attack up […]

Why Percentages Can Be Misleading In Health Care