Informed Consent and Decision-Making: Patients' Experiences of the Process of Recruitment to Phases I and II Anti-Cancer Drug Trials
Patient Education and Counseling 2002 January; 46(1): 31-38
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Cox, Karen; Avis, Mark (1996-06)Early clinical trials for new anti-cancer drug treatments typically use patients with cancer as research subjects. This paper identifies some of the ethical and practical concerns that arise from the recruitment of ...
Decision-Making Process in Patients Before Entering Phase III Cancer Clinical Trials: A Pilot Study Huizinga, Gea A.; Sleijfer, Dirk Th.; van de Wiel, Harry B.M.; van der Graaf, Winette T.A. (1999-04)The present study was performed to gain insight into the decision-making process that patients go through when asked to participate in a cancer clinical trial. Fourteen cancer patients entered a pilot study concerning ...