Evidence-Based Medicine and the Hard Problem of Multimorbidity
KEY WORDSevidence-based Medicine systematic Reviews guidelines comorbidity clinical Trials
This manuscript was partially funded by grants R21 HS18597, R21 HS017653 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and UL1RR025752 from the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Boyd’s effort was supported in part by the Johns Hopkins Bayview Center for Innovative Medicine, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Physician Faculty Scholars Program, and the Paul Beeson Career Development Award Program (NIA K23 AG032910, AFAR, The John A. Hartford Foundation, The Atlantic Philanthropies, The Starr Foundation, and an anonymous donor).
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