Decision-making and breast cancer clinical trials: how experience challenges attitudes.

@article{Mancini2007DecisionmakingAB,
  title={Decision-making and breast cancer clinical trials: how experience challenges attitudes.},
  author={Julien Mancini and Jean Gen{\`e}ve and Florence Dalenc and Dominique Genre and Alain M Monnier and Pierre Kerbrat and R{\'e}my Largillier and Daniel Serin and Mar{\'i}a R{\'i}os and Henri H. Roch{\'e} and Marta Jim{\'e}nez and Carole Tarpin and Claire Julian Reynier},
  journal={Contemporary clinical trials},
  year={2007},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={684-94}
}
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to measure women's preferences about decision-making and their impact to participate or not to a hypothetical randomised controlled trial (RCT). METHODS We surveyed prospectively breast cancer patients invited to participate in a clinical RCT (group 1a=201 acceptances, group 1b=66 refusals) or not invited (group 2=188). All women had the same treatment. RESULTS Decision-making preferences of patients who had refused clinical RCT entry were more patient's… CONTINUE READING
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