Clinicians Must Evaluate Evidence Needed in Real-World Practice

Maurie Markman, MD
Published: Monday, Apr 17, 2017
 Maurie Markman, MD

Maurie Markman, MD

The concept of “level of evidence” is a critical component of the initial development and subsequent establishment of a standard of care in cancer management. Traditionally, early studies that focus on the safety and design of an optimal delivery strategy in a clinical setting are followed by trials that attempt to objectively measure the efficacy of an approach, which may finally lead to a direct comparison with the existing acceptable standard of care in a randomized phase III study.
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