Paul Mainwaring.

Primary End Factors Radiographic Progression-free Survival On the basis of the blinded central radiologic review, at the time of the first interim analysis, treatment with abiraterone plus prednisone, as compared with placebo plus prednisone, resulted in a 57 percent reduction in the risk of radiographic progression or death . At the time of the next interim analysis, the median time to radiographic progression-free survival based on investigator assessment was 16.3 months in the prednisone-alone group .

This will assist you to prevent unnecessary unwell leaves!. John Darsee was a young clinical investigator with a long list of publications in top-tier journals and a promising profession ahead of him in cardiology analysis. But then his career started to unravel. One day, colleagues caught Darsee fraudulently labeling data for a study into heart attacks; further investigations revealed scientific misconduct on an enormous scale, and, eventually, Darsee was barred and fired from receiving government grant money for ten years. More than 80 of his papers had been withdrawn from the literature. The ability to track these adjustments provides benefits to biomedicine, as experiments in the scientific literature lay the building blocks for future experiments.This will assist you to prevent unnecessary unwell leaves!. John Darsee was a young clinical investigator with a long list of publications in top-tier journals and a promising profession ahead of him in cardiology analysis. But then his career started to unravel. One day, colleagues caught Darsee fraudulently labeling data for a study into heart attacks; further investigations revealed scientific misconduct on an enormous scale, and, eventually, Darsee was barred and fired from receiving government grant money for ten years. More than 80 of his papers had been withdrawn from the literature. The ability to track these adjustments provides benefits to biomedicine, as experiments in the scientific literature lay the building blocks for future experiments.

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