Applied Clinical Trials-09-01-2002

View from Brussels
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

The EU?s progress in the battle against cancer measures how effective it is as research supporter instead of regulatory enforcer.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

Modern radiological techniques and digital analysis technologies permit rapid evaluation of the efficacy of oncology drugs. Continual review of methods detects flaws promptly, creating the opportunity to take corrective steps.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

A set of trials carried out by the Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study Group at eye centers throughout the United States and Canada led to improvements in the care of patients with choroidal melanoma.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

Experts discuss the use of subject diaries and the way researchers can comply with applicable regulations and guidelines.

View from Washington
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September 01, 2002

Although a Medicare drug benefit appears unattainable this year, Congress is considering other measures to reduce the cost of medicines.

Feature Article
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

The European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer is dedicated to improving cancer treatment in Europe. Its Regulatory Affairs Unit provides important services to researchers.

Adaptive interim analysis may allow smaller sample sizes when a drug?s clinical effect is unknown.

Notes from the Field
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

Readers like Lynn Sadowski, a senior clinical research associate at Sention Inc., share their experiences.

Media Review
Applied Clinical Trials

September 01, 2002

A review of Edyta J. Frackiewicz, Thomas M. Shiovitz, and Stanford S. Jhee's clinical trial book.