Amgen's Elliott Levy On Adaptive Design And Real-World Evidence Strategies
Levy, SVP of global development, notes that two years after launching an in-house Center for Design and Analysis, Amgen considers adaptive designs for most new studies and more than half include adaptive elements.
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