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Clinical trials in context

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Randomized clinical trials presented in five major medical journals in 2001 show "no evidence of progress" in discussing results "within the context of, or with reference to, up-to-date systematic reviews of relevant evidence from other controlled trials" when compared with studies published in 1997, Mike Clarke, et al., UK Cochrane Centre, conclude in June 5 JAMA. In an issue devoted to peer review, the authors looked at discussion sections of 30 studies published in JAMA, Annals of Internal Medicine, British Medical Journal, The Lancet or NEJM...
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