Pediatric Cancer Trials: US FDA Panel To Weigh Use Of Real-World Data, Patient-Reported Outcomes
Advisory committee will discuss ways to encourage inclusion of the Pediatric PRO-CTCAE tool in cancer trials on 11 May, followed the next day by a discussion on real-world data sources that could inform the efficacy and long-term safety of pediatric cancer treatments.
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