JAMA Articles Suggest Non-Inferiority Trials Are, In Fact, Sometimes Inferior
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Non-inferiority and equivalence trials, which have been employed for a number of high-profile trials, are often poorly planned and reported, according to a series of articles in the March 8 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
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