In the opinion of this commentator, one of the more exciting developments in clinical investigation over the past several years is the increasing recognition of the importance of real-world data and its role for physicians, regulators, policy makers, patients, and society.
Despite numerous well-designed and conducted randomized trials, a definitive answer to the role of specific disease management remains unclear, particularly in the discussions of the optimal role for the regional delivery of cytotoxic chemotherapy in the treatment of patients with ovarian cancer.
Medical oncologists Dr. Ajaz Khan, Dr. Ryan Engel, and Dr. Nitika Sharma are the latest board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians who have chosen to practice medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America®.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America®, Phoenix, has achieved Magnet® recognition by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, positioning the cancer specialty hospital among a select group – just 8-10 percent of hospitals nationwide – to achieve this honor.
Maurie Markman, MD on strategies to appropriately evaluate small but clinically relevant patient subsets for whom traditional phase 3 randomized clinical trials are difficult, if not impossible, to complete in a realistically timely manner.