Researchers are not so good at gauging whether a clinical trial will be successful, Stat News reports.

A team led by McGill University's Jonathan Kimmelman asked cancer researchers to predict whether certain clinical trials would make their primary endpoint, Stat News says, noting that the work isn't yet published. It adds that the cancer researchers queried tended to underestimate trials that would meet their endpoints.

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