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Inconclusive St. John’s Wort Trial Prompts Queries On Study Design, Setting

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The inconclusive nature of a recent study on St. John's wort suggests the current procedure for funding and designing clinical trials of botanicals may need to be reexamined, according to a letter in the July 24 Journal of the American Medical Association

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