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anti-SRS article from 2004, looking for analysis 

Does anyone know what the deal is with this article? It runs against every bit of clinical evidence I'm aware of, but I never collected any such evidence because I'd never seen a serious challenge to the idea that SRS is effective when it is desired by the patient:

theguardian.com/society/2004/j

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anti-SRS article from 2004, looking for analysis 

@woozle

A study is a single data point. I would think that if this had led to anything meaningful that we'd see a lot more research on this in the literature.

re: anti-SRS article from 2004, looking for analysis 

@suetanvil I probably described it inaccurately; it was a study of available literature -- but it did indeed come up with only one study which met the "gold standard" criteria...

...which, it turns out, are really not appropriate for this kind of thing.

I found a good analysis of the article and wrote up a summary of the problems.

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