Methodological and Ethical Aspects of Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials in Minors With Malignant Diseases
Rothenberger, Lillian G
Henschel, Andreas Dirk
Pediatric blood & cancer 2011 Oct; 57(4): 599-605
Due to the new European regulations for pediatric medications, future clinical trials will include an increasing number of minors. It is therefore important to reconsider and evaluate recent methodological and ethical aspects of clinical trials in minors.
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