Clinical response rates, placebo response rates, and significantly associated covariates are dependent on choice of outcome measure in hidradenitis suppurativa: A post hoc analysis of PIONEER 1 and 2 individual patient data
Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, May 2020
John W. Frew, Caroline S. Jiang, Neha Singh, David Grand, Kristina Navrazhina, Roger Vaughan, James G. Krueger
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|Medicine and Dentistry||16||55%|
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