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Persistence of glaucoma medical therapy in the Glasgow Glaucoma Database
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    Potential Confounding factors

    I would like to congratulate the authors for this wonderful effort, which throws some light on some of the time trends in the therapeutic area. However, while interpreting long term observational studies, some of the potential sources of bias should be kept in mind. One such potential confounding factor, is the observation of the end- points for Latanoprost, in the two distinct time-periods. The results for both the end-po...

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