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Real-World Evidence: Replication of Controlled Trials Expected To Fail Sometimes, US FDA Says

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Agency study deliberately not weighting RWE populations the same as RCTs it aims to duplicate. "We learn the most when we don't replicate," Harvard Medical School's Jessica Franklin tells the DIA annual meeting.

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