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Influenza vaccine efficacy trials: a simulation approach to understand failures from the past

Bibliographic reference Benoit, Anne ; Legrand, Catherine ; Dewé, Walthère. Influenza vaccine efficacy trials: a simulation approach to understand failures from the past. In: Pharmaceutical Statistics : the journal of applied statistics in the pharmaceutical industry, Vol. 14, no.4, p. 294-301 (2015)
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