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    What is evidence-based medicine?. A note from a developing country
    • Luis Huicho, Paediatrician and Child Health Researcher

    Dear Editor,

    I read with optimism the note from Dr. Glasziou. It is encouraging to know that systematic reviews on diagnostic tests are being considered as part of national Cochrane movements. We badly need them. We have been involved in this task ever since 1995 and published two systematic reviews [1,2]. Quality of primary studies and methodological problems need to be studied and new tools need to be developed....

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