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Are meta analyses conducted by professional organizations more trustworthy?

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Bambi meets Godzilla: Independent evaluation of the superiority of long-term psychodynamic therapy

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Psychoanalysts claim long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy more effective than shorter therapies.

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Shhh! Keeping quiet about the sad state of couples interventions for cancer patients research

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“Strong evidence” for a treatment evaporates with a closer look: Many psychotherapies are similarly vulnerable.

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: RUSF supplement for malnutrition; Statins for venous thrombotic events

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Plasmodium falciparum; HIV stigma & maternal health; blood pressure & more

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This Week in PLoS Medicine: Aripiprazole & bipolar disorder; Meta-analyses of Adverse Effects; cART & more

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This Week in PLoS Medicine: Iraqi civilian deaths; Intravaginal practices & HIV; Water softeners & eczema

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