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Dahlberg G (1940)
Statistical methods for medical and biological students. London: George Allen & Unwin.

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Löfström G (1948)
Investigations on acute infections of the respiratory tract. IV. Experimental studies on the effect of small doses of sulphonamides in respiratory tract infections. Acta Medica Scandinavica 130:1-11.

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Swedish National Association against Tuberculosis. Therapeutic Trials Committee (1950)
Para-aminosalicylic acid treatment in pulmonary tuberculosis. American Review of Tuberculosis 61:597-612.

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Stjernswärd J (1974)
Decreased survival related to irradiation postoperatively in early breast cancer. Lancet 304:1285-1286.

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Wettrell K (1977)
Intraocular pressure reduction during treatment with pilocarpine and systemic propranolol. A comparative double-masked study. Albrecht Von Graefes Arch Klin Exp Ophthalmol 204:1-7.

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Blohmé G, Waldenström J (1979)
Glibenclamide and glipizide in maturity onset diabetes. A double-blind cross-over study. Acta Medica Scandinavica 206:263-7.

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Robert E, Guibaud P (1982)
Maternal valproic acid and congenital neural tube defects. Lancet 2:937.

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Tabár L, Fagerberg CJ, Gad A, Baldetorp L, Holmberg LH, Gröntoft O, Ljungquist U, Lundström B, Månson JC, Eklund G, Day NE, Pettersson F (1985)
Reduction in mortality from breast cancer after mass screening with mammography Randomised trial from the Breast Cancer Screening Working Group of the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare. Lancet 13;1:829-32.

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Grant A, Elbourne D, Valentin L, Alexander S (1989)
Routine formal fetal movement counting and risk of antepartum late death in normally formed singletons. Lancet 12;2:345-9.

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Melander H, Ahlqvist-Rastad J, Meijer G, Beermann B (2003)
Evidence b(i)ased medicine - selective reporting from studies sponsored by pharmaceutical industry: review of studies in new drug applications. BMJ 326:1171-3.

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De Barra M, Erikson K, Strimling P (2014)
How feedback biases give ineffective medical treatments a good reputation. Journal of Medical Internet Research Res 16:e193. doi:10.2196/jmir.3214

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