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Topic: Learning clinical trial jargon?
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Jerry Dallal

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Registered: 12/18/04
Re: Learning clinical trial jargon?
Posted: May 24, 2006 7:58 AM
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John Uebersax wrote:
> Here's a more recent version of the same glossary:

Unfortunately, with the same old "same old".

alpha error. The likelihood that a
relationship observed between 2
variables is due to chance. The probabaility
of a Type 1 error. [Modified
from AMA Manual of Style]

(I take that back. This time, they misspelled "probability".

> You might also find helpful this list of acronyms, abbreviations and
> initials:
> --
> John Uebersax PhD

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