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Episode 225: Vaccines – how many pricks do you really need?

Episode 224: Generically speaking

In episode 224, James and Mike talk generically about generic medications and come up with some generic recommendations for how to generically use generic medications. At the end of the podcast they brand their podcast as being excellent.

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1)  Backlash against bioequivalence

CMAJ 2011;183:1350-1

2) Bioequivalence

Ann Pharmacotherapy 2009;43:1583-97

3) Clinical comparisons

 JAMA 2008;300:2514-26

4) Generic deception trial

Journal of Generic Medicines 2005;2:201–8

Episode 223: PREMIUM – What pioglitazone, fever, bone density and tennis elbow have in common

In episode 223, Mike and James get back to being PREMIUM and briefly discuss 4 new studies that we think you might find interesting. These studies primarily back up a lot of what we have said in the past so we present this evidence with vigour and ignore the rest of the contradictory data – JUST kidding. 

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1) Pioglitazone

Diabet Med 2013;30:1026–32

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2) Treatment of fever

J Pediatr 2013;163:822-827.e2

3) Bone density measurements

JAMA 2013;310:1256-62

4) Steroids for tennis elbow

JAMA 2013;309:461-9

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