Clinical Trials in Pancreatitis: Opportunities and Challenges in the Design and Conduct of Patient-Focused Clinical Trials in Recurrent Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis: Summary of a National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Workshop : Pancreas

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Clinical Trials in Pancreatitis: Opportunities and Challenges in the Design and Conduct of Patient-Focused Clinical Trials in Recurrent Acute and Chronic Pancreatitis

Summary of a National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Workshop

Hart, Phil A. MD; Andersen, Dana K. MD; Lyons, Erica MD; Cote, Gregory A. MD, MS§; Cruz-Monserrate, Zobeida PhD; Dworkin, Robert H. PhD¶,#,∗∗; Elmunzer, B. Joseph MD, MSc††; Fogel, Evan L. MD, MSc‡‡; Forsmark, Christopher E. MD§§; Gilron, Ian MD, MSc∥∥,¶¶,##,∗∗∗; Golden, Megan JD†††; Gozu, Aysegul MD, MPH; McNair, Lindsay MD, MPH, MSB‡‡‡,§§§; Pandol, Stephen J. MD∥∥∥; Perito, Emily R. MD, MAS¶¶¶,###; Phillips, Anna Evans MD, MS∗∗∗∗; Rabbitts, Jennifer A. MD††††,‡‡‡‡; Whitcomb, David C. MD, PhD§§§§; Windsor, John A. MD∥∥∥∥; Yadav, Dhiraj MD, MPH§§§§; Palermo, Tonya M. PhD††††,¶¶¶¶

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