[Introduction to the statistical aspects of planning clinical oncologic phase III studies].

Abstract

A phase III clinical trial is a comparative study in which one assesses the relative efficacy of a treatment or treatments. It generally has one of the following objectives: 1. To determine the effectiveness of a new treatment relative to the natural history of the disease, for example when comparing a new treatment to not treatment or to placebo in an… (More)

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