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The frustrating lack of comparative effectiveness — Part II

from By Mike Wokasch

Let's assume that a credible, third-party source with therapeutic, statistical and analytic expertise has established definitive evidence that one drug is better than others in treating a particular disease in certain types of patients. They publish the treatment guidelines in a peer-reviewed reputable medical journal, issue press releases and present their findings at relevant medical meetings. Would the guidelines be followed? You would think so, but treatment guidelines and best practices are slow to be adopted, regardless of how convincing and definitive they might be. more

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