Last week, we featured our final Summer Weekend Read, the last in a series designed to showcase some of our most recent ebooks, white papers, and position papers, all authored by Cytel’s experts. Check out the full series below:
Trial sponsors have spent decades trying to figure out how to decide when a clinical trial has enough data to determine its success or futility. Read our position paper on how Cytel’s statisticians, with the help of East Bayes, use Bayesian tools to help approximate whether your trial has reached this critical Sufficient Information Threshold.
Spending months assimilating research for a systematic literature review is a thing of the past and easy access to volumes of quality evidence is a recurring need. To match the pace of scientific discovery, living model SLRs are the future of the industry. Read our new position paper on how Cytel’s LiveSLR software combines the efficiency of a machine with the knowledge of experts to provide easy continuous access to up-to-date evidence.
Developing a clinical trial, much like embarking on a journey, will have you confronting both known and unknown trajectories, obstacles, and roadblocks. So how can you confidently select the best path forward? Read our white paper on the unparalleled insights of simulation-based statistical design.
Designing a clinical trial requires balancing many factors, such as speed, cost, and power. To learn more about ensuring your trial is Pareto Optimal, meaning you can’t improve any one design parameter without worsening another, read our new publication.
The most common cause for incomplete Phase 3 clinical trials is enrollment. Read about the model-based approach for meeting enrollment targets, and how it can easily accommodate two realities of the patient enrollment process: nonlinearity and randomness.
How can you ensure a high-quality evidence package? Small changes to your data strategy can make a big difference to your chances of success in clinical trial development. Read our ebook to learn more.
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