Cochran Collaboration | definition of Cochran Collaboration by Medical dictionary
Cochran Collaboration Journalism A project being coordinated in 10 centers worldwide, and carried out by thousands of volunteers, that searches the world medical literature on randomized control trials, and together with all the unpublished trials that can be located, publish the findings in an electronic form. See Meta-analysis.
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According to the Cochran Collaboration
, which has reviewed 33 clinical trials of the herb, gingko biloba shows "promising evidence of improvement in cognition and function." The organization notes that the trials it reviewed lasted from three weeks to a year.