Clinicians' attitudes to clinical trials of cancer therapy.

@article{Fallowfield1997CliniciansAT,
  title={Clinicians' attitudes to clinical trials of cancer therapy.},
  author={Lesley Fallowfield and Denise Ratcliffe and Robert L. Souhami},
  journal={European journal of cancer},
  year={1997},
  volume={33 13},
  pages={
          2221-9
        }
}
Progress in the assessment and introduction of new treatments is impeded by the failure to recruit eligible patients into clinical trials. Little is known about the attitudes of U.K. cancer specialists towards trial participation, therefore a postal survey was conducted of 553 British clinical, medical and surgical oncologists. A 45-item questionnaire was returned by 357 clinicians (65% response rate). Although 353 (99%) of respondents stated that they were participating in trials, median 3… CONTINUE READING
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