After the TGN1412 Tragedy: Addressing the Right Questions at the Right Time for Early Phase Testing
Bioethics Forum: Diverse Commentary on Issues in Bioethics [electronic] 2006 April 17; 3p.
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Kass, Nancy E.; Sugarman, Jeremy; Medley, Amy M.; Fogarty, Linda A.; Taylor, Holly A.; Daugherty, Christopher K.; Emerson, Mark R.; Goodman, Steven N.; Hlubocky, Fay J.; Hurwitz, Herbert I.; Carducci, Michael; Goodwin-Landher, Annallys (2009-05)
Purpose and Benefits of Early Phase Cancer Trials: What Do Oncologists Say? What Do Patients Hear? Kass, Nancy; Taylor, Holly; Fogarty, Linda; Sugarman, Jeremy; Goodman, Steven N.; Goodwin-Lander, Annallys; Carducci, Michael; Hurwitz, Herbert (2008-09)Cancer patients overestimate benefits of early phase trials but studies have not reported what oncologists say to patients about trials. We audiotaped oncologists talking to cancer patients about Phase I or II trials and ...
Emanuel, Ezekiel J.; Wood, Anne; Fleischman, Alan; Bowen, Angela; Getz, Kenneth A.; Grady, Christine; Levine, Carol; Hammerschmidt, Dale E.; Faden, Ruth; Eckenwiler, Lisa; Muse, Carianne Tucker; Sugarman, Jeremy (2004-08-17)The oversight of research involving human participants is widely believed to be inadequate. The U.S. Congress, national commissions, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Institute of Medicine, numerous professional ...