Push for placebos ‘driven by myths’

Real treatment will normally provide better outcomes for the patient than use of placebos, researchers argue Placebos have their place by helping to achieve blinding in clinical trials—but there is no evidence they are effective for clinical care, argue Australian researchers in a recent article for the MJA. Proponents for the clinical use of placebos

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