Statistical considerations in the intent-to-treat principle.

@article{Lachin2000StatisticalCI,
  title={Statistical considerations in the intent-to-treat principle.},
  author={John M Lachin},
  journal={Controlled clinical trials},
  year={2000},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={167-89}
}
This paper describes some of the statistical considerations in the intent-to-treat design and analysis of clinical trials. The pivotal property of a clinical trial is the assignment of treatments to patients at random. Randomization alone, however, is not sufficient to provide an unbiased comparison of therapies. An additional requirement is that the set of patients contributing to an analysis provides an unbiased assessment of treatment effects, or that any missing data are ignorable. A… CONTINUE READING

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