Anecdotal Evidence of an Antidote
A humorist or a storyteller relates "anecdotes," pronounced AN-ek-doats.
A doctor prescribes an "antidote" (pronounced AN-ti-doat) to someone who's been poisoned.
Don't confuse the two simply because they are pronounced similarly. Particularly when they're said quickly, they can sound very much alike. This is a prime example of a time when careful pronunciation will clear up any confusion.