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Novel Designs of Early Phase Trials for Cancer Therapeutics provides a comprehensive review by leaders in the field of the process of drug development, the integration of molecular profiling, the changes in early phase trial designs, and endpoints to optimally develop a new generation of cancer therapeutics. The book discusses topics such as statistical perspectives on cohort expansions, the role and application of molecular profiling and how to integrate biomarkers in early phase trials. Additionally, it discusses how to incorporate patient reported outcomes in phase one trials.
This book is a valuable resource for medical oncologists, basic and translational biomedical scientists, and trainees in oncology and pharmacology who are interested in learning how to improve their research by using early phase trials.
- Brings a comprehensive review and recommendations for new clinical trial designs for modern cancer therapeutics
- Provides the reader with a better understanding on how to design and implement early phase oncology trials
- Presents a better and updated understanding of the process of developing new treatments for cancer, the exciting scientific advances and how they are informing drug development