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Over time, as other treatments showed no effect, more patients got randomized to the fluvoxamine arm of the trial — letting the researchers learn more about the drug that seemed the most promising.
After you have randomized 200 patients to the drug, if you can’t tell that it’s working, it’s probably not a very good drug.
All the data they pooled came from randomized controlled trials, the gold standard of scientific evidence, which randomizes participants into a treatment or no-treatment group.Mental wellness apps are basically the Wild West of therapy|Claire Maldarelli|July 19, 2021|Popular-Science
While they might be willing to take a risk on a new treatment, “the last thing they want is to be randomized to a control arm,” Borys says.Clinical trials are better, faster, cheaper with big data|MIT Technology Review Insights|June 10, 2021|MIT Technology Review
In a natural experiment, conditions out in the world, that we have no control over, randomize patients for us, if only by accident.Introducing a New “Freakonomics of Medicine” Podcast (Ep. 465)|Stephen J. Dubner|June 10, 2021|Freakonomics