Is eating oat bran an effective way to reduce cholesterol? Early studies indicated that eating oat bran daily reduces cholesterol levels by 5% to 10%. Reports of this study resulted in the introduction of many new breakfast cereals with various percentages of oat bran as an ingredient. However, an experiment performed by medical researchers in Boston cast doubt on the effectiveness of oat bran. In that study, 120 volunteers ate oat bran for breakfast, and another 120 volunteers ate another grain cereal for breakfast. At the end of 6 weeks, the percentage of cholesterol reduction was computed for both groups.
Can we infer that oat bran is different from other cereals in terms of cholesterol reduction?

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