Big Data Could Help Trial Recruitment But Would Not Replace RCTs
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Massive collections of clinical data can now be analyzed in seconds rather than in days, and could help in recruiting patients into clinical studies, but the randomized clinical trial is likely to remain the favored way of finding answers to clinical questions.
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