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EBM: Trials on trial
Randomisation in clinical trials
Elaine M Beller, Val Gebski and Anthony C Keech
Med J Aust 2002; 177 (10): 565-567.
Elaine M Beller, MAppStat, Director of Biostatistics1
Val Gebski, MStat, Principal Research Fellow2
Anthony C Keech, FRACP, MScEpid, Deputy Director3
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