RCT

Does draft RCT guide set the scene for future trials?

A common set of standards for randomised clinical trials (RCTs) aims to help researchers develop the drugs and interventions of the future – no matter what they do or where they are based. The Good Clinical Trials Collaborative (GCTC) has published a draft guidance document, and is asking for the life sciences sector to make …

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Treatment effect heterogeneity, self-selection into RCTs, and racial disparities

In drug development, clinical trials typically aim for a population that is representative of the patients who would be eligible for the treatment. While randomized controlled trials (RCTs) typically focus on measuring the average health impact of a drug across this population, a paper Basu and Gurjal (2020) argue that treatment effect heterogeneity and self-selection …

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