Assessment-schedule matching in unanchored, indirect treatment comparisons of progression-free survival in cancer studies

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In this video, watch Murtuza Bharmal (EMD Serono; MA, USA) and Venediktos Kapetanakis (Evidera; MD, USA) discuss their recently published work on assessment–schedule matching in unanchored, indirect treatment comparisons of progression-free survival in cancer studies.

In this video, originally published in the Video Journal of Biomedicine, watch Murtuza Bharmal (EMD Serono; MA, USA) and Venediktos Kapetanakis (Evidera; MD, USA) discuss their recently published work on assessment-schedule matching in unanchored, indirect treatment comparisons of progression-free survival in cancer studies.

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