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|Title:||Sensitivity analyses allowed more appropriate and reliable meta-analysis conclusions for multiple outcomes when missing data was present.|
|Citation:||J CLIN EPIDEMIOL, 2004, 57 (9), pp. 911-924|
|Abstract:||A major problem for meta-analysis of multiple outcomes is the unavailability of some estimates from published and unpublished studies. Dissemination bias, in how and what outcomes are reported or published, may be causing this incompleteness. This article illustrates these problems and presents possible sensitivity analyses to allow the most reliable conclusions.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Health Sciences|
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