Industry funded studies for inhaled corticosteroids show greater safety

Murphy, Patrick
April 2008
Thorax;Apr2008, Vol. 63 Issue 4, p300
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the differences in the results of industry funded studies on the effects of inhaled corticosteroids. A comparison between pharmaceutical industry funded (PF) and non-pharmaceutical industry funded (non-PF) studies showed the importance of assessing funding and conflicts of interest when evaluating studies.


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