In 1992 Guyatt et al wrote a paper about a new way in which doctors practice medicine. I wrote a question which basically asks whether that way of practicing medicine is shown to be advantagous.
According to Guyatt et al medicine is the act of making clinical decisions. Any reasonable answer should therefore address the point of how doctors make decisions about treatments. The act of actually running scientific studies is generally called "doing science". A question about the the new medicine that Guyatt et al described is therefore not a question about "doing science" but about "practicing medicine".
Now I get an answer with ignores me question which is about practicing medicine. The answer argues that it's worthwhile to do science. Furthermore the person who writes the answer specifically says in the comments that his answer doesn't address the approach that Guyatt et al describes in his paper.
Basically the answer is offtopic. A while ago we had a question that was about whether the composition of CocaCola was secret. A bunch of people answered the question by saying that the recipe of CocaCola is secret and providing evidence for the claim.
Given that those offtopic answer to the Coca Cola composition question got deleted I think the offtopic answer to the approach of medicine that Guyatt et al describes should also be deleted.