oncology
Cancer care

Informed consent a challenge for early‐phase trials in paediatric oncology

Oncologists enrolling children in early-phase clinical trials face hurdles to obtaining informed consent because parents may have unrealistic hopes and are willing to “try anything”, an Australian study shows. Almost one third of children and adolescents with cancer do not respond to standard therapies and will usually be offered a place in an early-phase clinical ...

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