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> But it's mostly indirect. Medicine is based on biology.

To put this in context: Most questions about Bioinformatics here come from biologists who switched to programming to avoid (financial) starvation.

Nuff said ;-)

Medical research requires lots of statistics, and I'm too polite to repeat what befriended pharmacologists have to say about the mathematical skills of physicians.

Cheers Rolf
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