• Nick Hicks


Updated: Dec 9, 2019

There's also from a patient's perspective, how dry, as somebody in a trial, how dry is a quality of life questionnaire in essence, SF36 or whatever, even if it's been structured as an instrument to focus on that disease? Would it not be better if patients had the opportunity to make more comment, to perhaps add some quality to information into those kind of instruments, rather than visual analog scales, to actually say how they feel or how much better they feel, whether that it is symptomatic or psychological? Maybe there's something there that could be examined.

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