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Twisting parallels

Crossover clinical trial Mathematicians say that two parallel lines are those which never meet, no matter how far extended. Never? It seems to me that never is too much time. I don’t think anyone has ever extended two parallels long…
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Don’t get your wires crossed

Analysis of results in a crossover clinical trial Saving is an important determinant when conducting any study, especially if it is a usually costly and time-consuming clinical trial. So, researchers have tried to design new ways of doing studies that…
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The other sides of the King

We’ve already talked at other times about the king of experimental designs, the randomized clinical trial, in which a population is randomly assigned into two groups to undergo the intervention under study, one of the groups, and to serve as…
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