Involving Patients in Treatment Decisions: Can We Learn From Clinical Trials?
Clinical Oncology 2001; 13(5): 328-332
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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 ...
Slevin, M.; Mossman, J.; Bowling, A.; Leonard, R.; Steward, W. (1995-06)
Ethical Difficulties With Randomized Clinical Trials Involving Cancer Patients: Examples From the Field of Gynecologic Oncology Markman, Maurie (1992)In this article, I have attempted to present examples of the ethical difficulties with randomized clinical trials experienced by physicians caring for