in a crossover fashion and did the same study, you would have a pretty decent chance of failing identical stuff from the same lot, given that study and that level of variability.
So even all other things aside, if you just looked at that level of variability of your response, you would either have to study lots of subjects or you would have to increase the confidence interval limits a substantial amount to have a reasonable test.
DR. SADEE: So would you agree then that if we to apply TSH tests to compare different formulations, then it should also be done for complying different batches of the same formulation?
DR. CONNER: I won't agree to that.
DR. KIBBE: I think one of our guest presenters might have a couple of comments, and we'll give him a chance to --
DR. WARTOFSKY: Really speaking for myself as a clinician and not for Abbott, I have to take exception to some of the comments that were made.
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