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- A conversation with Keith Humphreys on health reform, mental health, and substance abuse treatment
- Micro and macro totems
- Bias, validity, and terminology
- The sequester is hurting mental health research
- Comparative Effectiveness at work (and a power dig)
- Bias and the Oregon Medicaid study
- “I am one of those who are very willing to be refuted”
- Preventive mastectomies are good for some, not for others
- The Oregon Experiment, Irrationality, and Universal Coverage
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Diegetic exegesisJanuary 22, 2011 at 10:00 amAustin Frakt
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