Trials on Trial
Philosophy and Public Policy. 1998 Winter-Spring; 18(1-2): 13-18.
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Hellman, Samuel; Hellman, Deborah S. (1991-05-30)As medicine has become increasingly scientific and critical of proof by anecdote, the randomized clinical trial has become the standard technique for altering diagnostic or therapeutic methods. The authors analyze the serious ...