How to Measure the Effectiveness of Intervention Trials
A method for the quantitative assessment of intervention effects in the absence of a conventional control group is presented. It is based on the assumption that confounding influences can be estimated from the group below the level where intervention started. The statistical problems which still await solving are discussed.
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