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Should there not be some sort of recognition - a prize or something
for the way
these Danes keep coming up with really interesting and useful population
this week we have SSRI safety in pregnancy and also some interesting stuff
thigh circumference and recently a very useful long term study on the pill
blood clots. then there is the cochrane centre and their very good studies
harms of breast screening among others.
How have they done all this? i know they have id cards and a
reliable population database and an national registry of all prescriptions
- set up
i think because everyone pays some part of the cost of medication. but
really brilliant how they have utilised these systems for research.
i think the rest of the world should at least express some
(I wonder if their systems cost an amount equivalent to the nhs it