Analysis of clinical trials by treatment actually received: is it really an option?

Abstract

The primary analysis of a randomized clinical trial should compare patients in their randomly assigned treatment groups (intention to treat analysis). When a substantial number of subjects fail to take a prescribed medication or are switched to a different study medication, it is tempting to consider treatment comparisons using only those subjects with… (More)

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