Researchers cautioned against applying trial results too broadly

A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine cautions researchers against assuming results seen in clinical trials will appear in clinical practice. Clinical trial participants are screened more thoroughly than wider populations of patients in doctors' offices, and one clinical trial researcher said "the broader population is always at greater risk for side effects than patients in a clinical trial."

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