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Assessing two meta-analysis (MA) methods: Individual patient data-based (IPD) versus literature-based abstracted data (AD) in 10 MA including 37,002 patients (pts)?Are there differences of concern?
E. Bria
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R. J. Gralla
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H. Raftopoulos
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M. Milella
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