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equivalence margin 


A term of art referring to the maximum tolerance or amount that 2 distinct therapies (are allowed to) differ, a value that is often indicated by the symbol δ.

In an equivalence trial, if the effects of the 2 treatments differ by more than the equivalence margin in either direction, then equivalence does not hold. 

Reference cvm.controlled-trials.com/content/1/1/19

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