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lkfitz's bookmarks 2016-06-10


"The concept of sharing de-identified, individual patient data from clinical trials isn’t new; many meta-analyses have been conducted using such data and they have made important contributions to our understanding of cancer treatment. That said, the sharing of such data generally has not been systematic and has not been mandated, so opportunities for re-analysis or combined analyses of trial data have been limited. That is now changing."


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Date tagged:

06/10/2016, 14:17

Date published:

06/10/2016, 10:17