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Guidance By Guidance, US FDA Is Reshaping The Look Of Cancer Drug Trials

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Recent draft guidance documents address adolescent enrollment in adult cancer trials, use of cohort designs in early-phase studies, and inclusion of placebo controls; more advice is coming soon on master protocols, adaptive designs and novel endpoints, FDA's Gottlieb says.

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