Patients' Satisfaction in Clinical Trials
Journal of Internal Medicine 2000 December; 248(6): 441-442
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Parental Comprehension and Satisfaction in Informed Consent in Paediatric Clinical Trials: A Prospective Study on Childhood Leukaemia Chappuy, H; Baruchel, A; Leverger, G; Oudot, C; Brethon, B; Haouy, S; Auvrignon, A; Davous, D; Doz, F; Tréluyer, J M (2010-10)To evaluate the extent to which parents are satisfied with and understand the information they are given when their consent is sought for their child to participate in a phase III randomised clinical trial and the reasons ...
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