Cancer Research Institute at Queen's University (QCRI)
The Cancer Research Institute at Queen's University (QCRI) is committed to fostering transdisciplinary investigation of areas of cancer control that lie at the interface between fundamental, clinical and population research.
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(Springer, 2017-12-20)Many new treatments in cancer clinical trials tend to benefit a subset of patients more. To avoid unnecessary therapies and failure to recognize beneficial treatments, biomarker threshold models are often used to identify ...
(2016-02-02)Some baseline patient factors, such as biomarkers, are useful in predicting patients’ responses to a new therapy. Identification of such factors is important in enhancing treatment outcomes, avoiding potentially toxic ...
(Canadian Medical Association, 2003-04-29)