How to Ensure that the Results are Free of Bias
Biased results are distorted and prejudiced in favour of one treatment or another. When discussing the assessment of a patient’s progress in a trial, Bradford Hill  wrote, “the judgements must be made without any possibility of bias, without any overcompensation for a possible bias, and without any possibility of accusation of bias.”
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