By Nancy L. Geller
From elements of early trials to advanced modeling difficulties, this beneficial reference summarizes present method utilized in the layout and research of medical trials. Chapters are contributed via across the world respected methodologists skilled in medical trials perform.
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In this way, the expected number of patients given an inadequate dose of the preparative regimen is minimized. There are, of course, other ways in which phase I and II activities could be combined. Instead of Simon’s design, we have sometimes used Fleming’s (1982) design in the same fashion as described above. Fleming’s (1982) design allows early stopping to either accept or reject the null hypothesis. Since Fleming’s design is ultimately based on Wald’s (1947) sequential probability ratio test, it approximately minimizes expected sample sizes under the point-null and point-alternative hypotheses.