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Can trial sequential monitoring boundaries reduce spurious inferences from meta-analyses?
International Journal of Epidemiology
276 Conclusions Evaluating statistical inference with trial sequential monitoring boundaries when meta-analyses fall short of a required IS may reduce the risk of false positive results and important inaccurate effect estimates.doi:10.1093/ije/dyn179 pmid:18824467 fatcat:qsatophbwbf2hczs3xsg75jtiq