The reconciliation of the 1st and 2nd Danish report procedures, a summary

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My original analysis of these two reports is decisive. I was assisted by the fact that FH is a genetic disease, and thus there is a mathematical and forensic rigor operating in the background of this problem. Additionally, both Danish reports shared the same core population, presenting opportunities for deduction.  The deductive reconciliation of the two reports was quite elaborate. The summary illustration below is a representation of the conclusion.

To emphasize this crucial point, the reconciliation of the two reports serves as a proxy for the industry’s publication strategy, as can be seen in the recent Regeneron report: when we reconcile the prevalence and diagnostic procedures found within the publication strategy, the force of deduction exposes the bait-and-switch: it is impossible for the same people to be both above and below clinical detection at the same time.

The reconciliation of the 1st and 2nd Danish report procedures, a summary