Adaptive Trials Could Have A Steep Regulatory Learning Curve
Sponsors should take care that drug development efficiencies gained with the advent of adaptive clinical trials aren't offset by lack of opportunity to reflect on data from one trial to the next and "design a thoughtful, complete program," FDA warns in its draft guidance for adaptive trial design
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