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Response to letter to the editor

      Dr. Nishioka raises a reasonable and interesting question. Our study design involved randomization of influenza clinics to intervention and control groups, but our analysis was performed at the level of the individual.
      • Shenson D
      • Cassarino L
      • DiMartino L
      • et al.
      Improving access to mammography through community-based influenza clinics a quasi-experimental study.
      This strategy was essential because it was not possible to randomly assign individuals to particular community-based clinics, nor was it feasible to assemble sufficient numbers of clinics to perform an analysis at the clinic level.
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      References

        • Shenson D
        • Cassarino L
        • DiMartino L
        • et al.
        Improving access to mammography through community-based influenza clinics.
        Am J Prev Med. 2001; 20: 97-102
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