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Study into whether iron supplements help heart failure


Anonymous 8 June, 2016 4:43 pm Well, other people, think I do know what I'm talking about - such as Consultant who has just said so: 'This type of analysis is most welcome and I agree with Stone’s rapid response, that ultimately the patient gets to make the final decision, and that those decisions take precedence over everything. It is not just the inclusion of patient's values and beliefs in shared decision making within the construct of evidence based medicine. So the term shared decision making is not correct when a human rights caveat is applied to clinical guidelines. ...' My earlier piece is at:

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9 June, 2016

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10:51 am