Marker Sequential Test (MaST) design.

@article{Freidlin2014MarkerST,
  title={Marker Sequential Test (MaST) design.},
  author={Boris Freidlin and Edward L. Korn and Robert I. Gray},
  journal={Clinical trials},
  year={2014},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={19-27}
}
BACKGROUND New targeted anticancer therapies often benefit only a subset of patients with a given cancer. Definitive evaluation of these agents may require phase III randomized clinical trial designs that integrate evaluation of the new treatment and the predictive ability of the biomarker that putatively determines the sensitive subset. PURPOSE We propose a new integrated biomarker design, the Marker Sequential Test (MaST) design, that allows sequential testing of the treatment effect in the… CONTINUE READING

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