Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Placebo controlled trials, catastrophically ill patients and access to experimental drugs
Here's the long version of a piece I wrote on this topic for The Conversation where it was published today (sans a few bits and pieces that I would have liked included). Interestingly enough, the site saw it fit to alert readers of my piece to an article expressing a different point of view. Fair enough, except, when you read said article you'll note that it doesn't link back to my piece.
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