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HINT: Hierarchical Interaction Network for Trial Outcome Prediction Leveraging Web Data

  title={HINT: Hierarchical Interaction Network for Trial Outcome Prediction Leveraging Web Data},
  author={Tianfan Fu and Kexin Huang and Cao Xiao and Lucas Glass and Jimeng Sun},
Clinical trials are crucial for drug development but are time consuming, expensive, and often burdensome on patients. More importantly, clinical trials face uncertain outcomes due to issues with efficacy, safety, or problems with patient recruitment. If we were better at predicting the results of clinical trials, we could avoid having to run trials that will inevitably fail — more resources could be devoted to trials that are likely to succeed. In this paper, we propose Hierarchical INteraction… 
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