What’s in a gold standard? : In defence of randomised controlled trials


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BACKMANN, Marius, 2017. What’s in a gold standard? : In defence of randomised controlled trials. In: Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. 20(4), pp. 513-523. ISSN 1386-7423. eISSN 1572-8633. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s11019-017-9773-2

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