Designs for randomized phase II clinical trials with two treatment arms

Statistics in Medicine: April 29, 2013

The most common primary statistical end point of a phase II clinical trial is the categorization of a patient as either a ‘responder’ or ‘nonresponder’. The primary objective of typical randomized phase II anticancer clinical trials is to evaluate experimental treatments that potentially will increase response rate over a historical baseline and select one to consider for further study.  Read more