As More Patients Gain Knowledge of Genetic Makeup, FDA Warns Against Biased Personalized Rx Trials | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Online services that match patients to ongoing personalized drug trials based on the molecular characteristics of their disease may bias drug/diagnostic codevelopment studies and make the treatment and test appear more efficacious than they actually are, a US Food and Drug Administration biostatistics expert recently cautioned.

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