event-free survival

event-free survival

Failure-free survival Oncology The timespan that follows therapy for a malignancy or other dread disease, during which there are no objective signs of recurrence
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The consistency of observations in event-free survival, CHOP INTEND and development milestones, combined with the clinical data supporting the mechanism of action by which ISIS-SMN[sub.
Event-free survival time was significantly longer in the statin group (1,558 days) than in the placebo group (1,227 days).
The report showed that although complete remission rates between patients entered into either CCG or CALGB studies were identical, the event-free survival was dramatically different.
In a multivariate analysis, higher percent body fat emerged as the strongest independent predictor of event-free survival.
The secondary endpoints are overall response rate, overall survival, event-free survival, CA 19-9 response rate as well as various safety parameters.
Gemtuzumab Ozogamicin (GO) in Children With De Novo Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) Improves Event-Free Survival (EFS) by Reducing Relapse Risk - Results From the Randomized Phase III Children's Oncology Group (COG) Trial, AAML0531 [ 355 ]
Nachman, professor of pediatrics at the University of Chicago Children's Hospital, reported that 3-year event-free survival is slightly better in older patients enrolled in the Children's Cancer Group (CCG) Protocol 1961 than the survival rates seen in previous trials.
The five-year event-free survival rate in pediatric patients with the most common MLL-r subtype of ALL is approximately 27 percent, as identified in research published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2004.
The 5-year, event-free survival rate was markedly different among adolescents in the two trials: 65% for those in the more aggressive FRALLE93 trial, and 40% for those in the LALA94 trial.
No significant differences were seen in cardiac event-free survival between two patient groups assigned to undergo either PET or SPECT.