The magnitude of risk reduction with neuraminidase inhibitor therapy was similar in children and adults, and with oseltamivir compared with zanamivir.
What does MORR stand for?
MORR stands for Magnitude of Risk Reduction (economics)
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The magnitude of risk reduction with tamoxifen and raloxifene is major--larger than those for many other prevention strategies.
Most studies showed that condom use was associated with some reduced risk for gonorrhea and chlamydia, but magnitude of risk reduction was unclear due to limitations and variations in methods and study designs.
The magnitude of risk reduction is similar to that seen in the Breast Cancer Prevention Trial among women on tamoxifen who had three or more first-degree relatives with breast cancer, she said.
The findings contradict those from two previous studies, but in those, the magnitude of risk reduction suggests that vaccination was not the only factor contributing to reduced risk, Dr.