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What Is Missing From Descriptions Of Treatment In Trials And Reviews?

P. Glasziou, Emma Meats, C. Heneghan, S. Shepperd
Published 2008 · Medicine

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Replicating non-pharmacological treatments in practice depends on how well they have been described in research studies
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