From the Blogs: Two Case Reports Worth Reading, and Enlisting Pro-Vaccine Support

January 17, 2017

From the Blogs: Two Case Reports Worth Reading, and Enlisting Pro-Vaccine Support

In HIV and ID Observations, Dr. Paul Sax shares two case reports with important clinical lessons.

Case reports are lower on the “levels of evidence” pyramid than randomized trials and systematic reviews, says Dr. Paul Sax, but they can illustrate important clinical lessons. In the latest HIV and ID Observations blog post, he shares two reports worth reading. Additionally, he enlists reader support for vaccines.

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