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Randomization is considered a "gold-standard" for mitigating selection bias. However, there is still a chance that subjects in an RCT may not be comparable because of covariates. Variance minimization is able to work around this. Is there an element of "randomization" in the variance minimization procedure? Would the research design remain a randomized clinical trial even if you used variance minimization for the allocation of subjects to treatments?

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