Using multiple anchor- and distribution-based estimates to evaluate clinically meaningful change on the functional assessment of cancer therapy-biologic response modifiers (FACT-BRM) instrument

Kathleen J. Yost, Mark V. Sorensen, Elizabeth A. Hahn, G. Alastair Glendenning, Ari Gnanasakthy, David Cella

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