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Default VIDEO: Dr. Goldacre on clinical trials

VIDEO National Health Services, U.K.
Dr. Ben Goldacre explains the importance of clinical trials, and gives you a few questions to ask, such as will you be given the results, and will the results be made public...
http://youtu.be/nReoI5CniAw
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