Imaging in Cancer Clinical Trials
Improving Assessment Quality and Workflows through Quantitative Standardization
Imaging in clinical trials has grown by 700 percent since 2001, becoming an important—and often primary— component as an endpoint or surrogate endpoint in cancer clinical trial designs. Despite the potential benefits, the uptick in use of specific imaging-based endpoints has exposed challenges associated with clinical trial workflows and protocol standardization.
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