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Outcome Reporting in Neoadjuvant Surgical Trials: A Systematic Review of the Literature and Proposals for New Standards
Journal of the National Cancer Institute
The use of neoadjuvant therapy before surgery for gastrointestinal cancer is increasing; however, patients may not complete both treatment components. Understanding completion rates of each treatment stage is necessary for treatment evaluation and to inform decision-making. This study evaluates reporting for recent neoadjuvant surgical trials, focusing on treatment progression and other key outcomes. Methods Systematic literature searches identified randomized and nonrandomized phase II and IIIdoi:10.1093/jnci/dju217 pmid:25106656 fatcat:7lmiaf7tufe4fjia3tncs7v7sy