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We read with great interest the article entitled ‘Cancer-related fatigue—pharmacological interventions: systematic review and network meta-analysis’ by Chow et al1 published in Online First BMJ Supportive and Palliative Care. As the authors have highlighted, there is no consensus on recommendations for pharmacological interventions to treat cancer-related fatigue. We also agree with them that much of the uncertainty is driven by the absence of data, in particular comparator studies, and that high-quality evidence is required to …
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