We have the following information about a new medical test for diagnosing cancer. Before any data are observed, we know that0.08 of the population to...
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We have the following information about a new medical test for diagnosing cancer. 

Before any data are observed, we know that0.08 of the population to be tested actually have Cancer. 

Of those tested who do have cancer, 0.12 get a false test result of "Negative" for Cancer.

Of the people who do not have cancer, 0.15 get a false test result of "Positive" for Cancer. 

What is the probability that if I have No Cancer, if I get a "Negative" test result for Cancer the second time I tested for it?


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