Sunday, March 4, 2012

Pharmacy Editorial Of The Week

Sarcasm and cynicism isn't just limited to pharmacists. This week's award for funniest pharmacy editorial goes to that phabulously-warped comical genius, Dan Piraro, from Bizarro Blog.

Placebos require a fake prescription
CBS News: 60 Minutes video - Treating Depression: Is there a placebo effect?
Kirsch et al meta-analysis, 2002: The Emperor's New Drugs (pdf)
Kirsch et al FDA meta-analysis, 2008: Initial Severity and Antidepressant Benefits
Bloom, Floyd E counterpoint: Placebo Versus Antidepressant Review: The Emperor’s New Drugs

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