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The overuse of surrogate markers is a triumph of commercial hype, playing on the hope of a treatment that anybody with an illness will, understandably, cling to, writes Kamran Abbasi
Changes to periods have been experienced shortly after covid-19 vaccination. We are still awaiting definitive evidence, says Victoria Male, but in the interim how should clinicians counsel patients?
Surrogate endpoints provide no guarantee of clinical benefit and should be used only as a last resort in drug trials, argue these authors
Some doctors say that neutrality is the best way for organisations such as the BMA to represent members’ diverse views on legalising medical help to die, while others say that it indicates tacit support and can mask strong objections
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