Number Needed to Treat Among Therapies for Patients with Moderate to Severe Plaque Psoriasis: Clinical Perspective of Results from a Network Meta-Analysis

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C Leonardi
K Fahrbach
B Neupane
A Armstrong
K Gordon
S Kiri
V Taieb
L McClung

Keywords

psoriasis, safety, network meta analysis

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