At What Level of Statistical Certainty Ought a Random Clinical Trial to Be Interrupted?
De Vries, Andre
In: Spicker, Stuart F., et al., eds. The Use of Human Beings in Research. Boston: Kluwer Academic; 1988: 189-225.
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