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The importance of the patient voice in clinical trials

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Published: 21.03.19
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Prof Anne-Sophie Darlington - University of Southampton, Southampton, UK

Prof Anne-Sophie Darlington speaks to ecancer at the 2019 EORTC Groups Annual Meeting (EGAM) about the importance of including the patient's experiences and voice during clinical trial assessments.

Prof Darlington details the use of questionnaires to measure these patient parameters and how these must be carefully developed to allow flexibility to withstand the evolving environment of clinical trial research.

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