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...  therapy. The study was designed as an A+B versus B trial. Therefore, it is hardly surprising that subjective endpoints ...

...  as we have discussed ad nauseam on this blog, the A+B versus B study design cannot answer it. On the contrary, it will always ...

...  10.1177/2333794X14559395. This study had the notorious A+B versus B design and thus was unable to test for specific effects of homeopathy. ...

...  listeners of this blog know only too well by now, the A+B versus B study design cannot account for placebo effects. Sadly, the authors of ...

...  we need no RCT. As I have so often pointed out, the A+B versus B study design never generates a negative finding. This is, I fear, ...

...  to control for placebo effects. Many followed the A+B versus B design which invariably produces (false-) positive results. Only 4 out ...

...  guessed it: the trail follows the infamous ‘A+B versus B’ design. Some people will think that I am obsessed with this ...  to guess, do you? The same happens in the above ‘A+B versus B’ trial: the patients in group 1 received homeopathy (A) plus ...

...  – because it followed the often-discussed ‘A+B versus B’ design – this study does simply not show what the authors ...  at all. Here is an attempt at explaining the ‘A+B versus B’ study design I posted previously: As regularly mentioned on ...

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