Ethical Humanism takes as one of its premises the notion that moral decisions and public policy should be made on the basis of scientifically-gathered data (when possible). And practically every issue today is debated in part with arguments that boil down to “studies show.” Yet we must be very careful in how we weigh, interpret, and communicate research findings. Especially as a movement that emphasizes both science and the unique worth of every person, how can we make use of scientific findings without mistaking real people for generic data?