Volunteers or Victims: Patients' Views of Randomised Cancer Clinical Trials
British Journal of Cancer 1995 June; 71(6): 1270-1274
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Slevin, M.; Mossman, J.; Bowling, A.; Leonard, R.; Steward, W.; Harper, P.; McIllmurray, M.; Thatcher, N. (1995-06)Randomised clinical trials are essential for the objective evaluation of different treatment strategies in cancer. However, in the field of oncology, very few of the eligible patients are entered into trials, and most treatments ...
Attitudes to Chemotherapy: Comparing Views of Patients With Cancer With Those of Doctors, Nurses, and General Public Slevin, Maurice L. (1990-06-02)Objective -- To compare responses of patients with cancer with those of a matched control group, cancer specialists, general practitioners, and cancer nurses in assessing personal cost-benefit of chemotherapy...Setting ...
Attitudes to Chemotherapy: Comparing Views of Patients With Cancer With Those of Doctors, Nurses, and General Public Slevin, Maurice L.; Stubbs, Linda; Plant, Hilary J.; Wilson, Peter, (1990-06-02)