* Even with the best evidence from research, no one can tell you what treatment is best for you. * You should feel OK about asking your doctor questions. * You may find it helpful to take a friend with you when you go to see your doctor or to write down questions before your visit. * You should ask your doctor what the research says about treatments for your condition. * You should ask whether researchers studied people like you (for example, were they the same age). * Sometimes no one knows what the best treatment is for a disease. * There are a lot of 'don't knows' and uncertainty in medicine. * You should work with your doctor to figure out which treatment is best for you."