By Nancy L. Geller
From features of early trials to complicated modeling difficulties, this helpful reference summarizes present method utilized in the layout and research of scientific trials. Chapters are contributed by way of across the world respected methodologists skilled in scientific trials perform.
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Thus we could stop with as few as two failures, even if they were the ﬁrst two patients entered into the trial. In that case, the preparative regimen would be escalated to the second dose level. However, if at least 8 patients engrafted at the ﬁrst dose level, up to 20 additional patients would be enrolled at that dose. If there were three failures (even before all 20 additional patients were enrolled), we would stop using the ﬁrst preparative regimen, in this case accepting H0, and the dose of the preparative Copyright n 2004 by Marcel Dekker, Inc.