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Evidence for Health Decision Making — Beyond Randomized Controlled Trials

10:24 EDT 4 Aug 2017 | eCliniqua

New England Journal of Medicine |  Tom Frieden again weighs in with evidence for health decision making beyond clinical trials. "Although randomized, controlled trials have long been presumed to be the ideal source of data on the effects of treatment, other methods of obtaining evidence for decisions action are receiving increased interest," he writes.

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