I would agree with this sentiment. Yet, would also like to point out another caveat...
88% discrepancy in any study, on any pool of subjects, seems worthy of a closer investigation.
There are, in fact, way too may misdiagnosed cases coming from our supposedly high quality medical profession.
I have, in fact, encountered a few shitty doctors here in the USA. One of them at the Mayo Clinic in AZ!
How about improving our medical system: Require second opinions for those relevant cases.
Then, after the diagnosis has been 100% confirmed, every involved diagnosing doctor gets a stat assigned; a running count of Accurate, Not, and Partial/Incomplete.
Then, patients can review a doctors stats to see who the incompetents are.