Phase 1 Oncology Trials: Why the Therapeutic Misconception Will Not Go Away
Journal of Medical Ethics 2006 May; 32(5): 252-255
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Patient Expectations of Benefit From Phase I Clinical Trials: Linguistic Considerations in Diagnosing a Therapeutic Misconception Weinfurt, K.P.; Sulmasy, D.P.; Schulman, K.A.; Meropol, N.J. (2003)The ethical treatment of cancer patients participating in clinical trials requires that patients are well-informed about the potential benefits and risks associated with participation. When patients enrolled in phase I ...