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Letter to the Editor: Should we focus on quality or quantity in meta-analyses?

  • B. van Oosterhout (a1), F. Smit (a2) (a3) (a4), L. Krabbendam (a5), S. Castelein (a6) (a7), A. B. P. Staring (a8) and M. van der Gaag (a4) (a9)...
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*Address for correspondence: B. van Oosterhout, GGzE, PO Box 909, 5600 AX, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. (Email: bj.van.oosterhout@dewoenselsepoort.nl)
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