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The special interest group on Reconciling Subject Differences was centered around the issue that the results from randomized clinical trials do not predict response to therapies in clinical practice, and around the hypothesis that this might be explained by differences in subjects selected for clinical trials compared to those treated in routine practice.

Type

Journal article

Journal

The Journal of rheumatology

Publication Date

12/2005

Volume

32

Pages

2475 - 2476

Addresses

University of Manchester, Manchester, UK.

Keywords

OMERACT 7 Special Interest Group, Humans, Arthritis, Rheumatoid, Tumor Necrosis Factor-alpha, Clinical Medicine, Patient Selection, Social Class, Outcome Assessment (Health Care), Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic