An old stats project of mine has gone up on my undergrad's website. It studied the placebo affect. The Placebo affect is a remarkable phenomenon. It turns out that if (when I'm a doc) I prescribe a sugar pill but charge a lot for it and make it a unique color, it will likely have a greater palliative or even curative effect.
I didn't do drug research in undergrad, though. I settled for tricking people into thinking they were taste-testing multiple types of water: Here
The Bible's Guide to Health Care
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