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Bayesian statistics

Janet L. Peacock and Philip J. Peacock.

in Oxford Handbook of Medical Statistics

Published online June 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 5099 words.

Bayesian statistics - How Bayesian methods work - Prior distributions - Likelihood; posterior distributions - Summarizing and presenting results - Using Bayesian analyses in medicine -...

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Benefit–risk assessment

Adrian Kilcoyne, Daniel O’Connor and Phil Ambery.

in Pharmaceutical Medicine

May 2013; published online July 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 760 words.

Benefit–risk assessment - Content of the benefit–risk evaluation report - PROTECT EU project

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Bioavailability and bioequivalence

Adrian Kilcoyne, Daniel O’Connor and Phil Ambery.

in Pharmaceutical Medicine

May 2013; published online July 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 757 words.

Bioavailability (F) - Generic medicinal products - Bioequivalence study - Biosimilars

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Biochemical Indicators of Dietary Intake

Rob M. Van Dam and David Hunter.

in Nutritional Epidemiology

November 2012; published online January 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 42586 words.

This chapter reviews the relationships between the intake of nutrients and foods and their corresponding biochemical indicators. First, it discusses some general principles of the relation...

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Biomarkers

Adrian Kilcoyne, Daniel O’Connor and Phil Ambery.

in Pharmaceutical Medicine

May 2013; published online July 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 415 words.

Biomarkers - Surrogate endpoints

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Biostatistics 101

Curtis L. Meinert.

in An Insider’s Guide to Clinical Trials

May 2011; published online September 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 4747 words.

This chapter provides a refresher on biostatistics, specific to clinical trials, and a glossary of terms and definitions relevant to the analyses of clinical trials. The question, in the...

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Birth Defects

Martha M. Werler.

in Reproductive and Perinatal Epidemiology

February 2011; published online May 2011.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 8070 words.

Major structural birth defects occur in approximately 3% of births, are the most common cause of infant mortality, and are associated with significant morbidity. This chapter discusses...

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Branded generics

Adrian Kilcoyne, Daniel O’Connor and Phil Ambery.

in Pharmaceutical Medicine

May 2013; published online July 2013.

Chapter. Subjects: medical statistics and methodology. 430 words.

Overview - What makes an ideal branded generic? - Combination therapies - Routes to market - Data exclusivity

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Breast cancer—facts and figures

James Harvey, Sue Down, Rachel Bright-Thomas, John Winstanley and Hugh Bishop.

in Breast Disease Management

October 2013; published online April 2014.

Chapter. Subjects: breast surgery; medical statistics and methodology. 1412 words.

Breast cancer- Facts and Figures. This chapter first outlines the epidemiology of breast cancer around the world, looking at national and international incidence and prevalence, along with...

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Breast Disease Management

James Harvey, Sue Down, Rachel Bright-Thomas, John Winstanley and Hugh Bishop.

October 2013; published online April 2014.

Book. Subjects: breast surgery; allied health professions; preclinical medicine; medical statistics and methodology; clinical skills; surgical skills; histopathology; surgical oncology; clinical pharmacology and therapeutics; nursing skills; communication skills. 264 pages.

Breast cancer affects 1 in 10 women and the majority of UK women will attend a breast clinic at least once during their lives. The patient's journey through assessment and management is one...

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