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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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 ...
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)
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