Ethics of Clinical Trials From Bayesian Perspective: Randomisation to Clinical Trials May Solve Dilemma of Treatment Choice in Prostate Cancer
Hamdy, Freddie C.
Donovan, Jenny L.
Lane, J. Athene
Neal, David E.
BMJ: British Medical Journal 2003 June 28; 326(7404): 1456
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Who Can Best Recruit to Randomized Trials? Randomized Trial Comparing Surgeons and Nurses Recruiting Patients to a Trial of Treatments for Localized Prostate Cancer (The ProtecT Study) Donovan, Jenny L.; Peters, Tim J.; Noble, Sian; Powell, Philip; Gillatt, David; Oliver, Steven E.; Lane, J. Athene; Neal, David E.; Hamdy, Freddie C. (2003-07)
Improving Design and Conduct of Randomised Trials by Embedding Them in Qualitative Research: ProtecT (Prostate Testing for Cancer and Treatment) Study Donovan, Jenny; Mills, Nicola; Smith, Monica; Brindle, Lucy; Jacoby, Ann; Peters, Tim; Frankel, Stephen; Neal, David; Hamdy, Freddie (2002-10-05)PROBLEM: Recruitment to randomised trials is often difficult, and many important trials are not mounted because recruitment is thought to be "impossible." DESIGN: Controversial ProtecT (prostate testing for cancer and ...
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