The identification and use of surrogate endpoints, i.e., measures
that can replace or supplement other endpoints in evaluations of
experimental treatments or other interventions, is a general
strategy that has stimulated both enthusiasm and scepticism. This
book offers a balanced account on this controversial topic.
Springer-Verlag New York
|Country of origin:
• Marc E. Buyse
• Tomasz Burzykowski
||Electronic book text
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