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Various formulations of oral transmucosal fentanyl for breakthrough cancer pain: an indirect mixed treatment comparison meta-analysis
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    Choice of oral transmucosal fentanyl for breakthrough cancer pain

    I am perplexed why this paper by Jandhyala and Fullarton has concluded that "FBT (fentanyl buccal tablet) may have some efficacy advantages over ODT (sublingual oral transmucosal fentanyl) and OTFC (compressed lozenge oral transmucosal fentanyl)..." in the management of breakthrough cancer pain when a paper published at the same time in another journal (Smith H, A comprehensive review of rapid-onset opioids for breakthr...

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