Systemic Anti-Cancer therapy is a collective to describe the treatment of cancer in conjunction with different categories therapies such as: Surgical Therapies, Radiation Therapy, Stem Cell Transplants, Other Anti-Cancer Therapy. The ADPSATA: Prior systemic Anti-cancer Therapy dataset presented a key overview of patients’ prior systemic therapy treatments, which may lead to different efficacy endpoint for patients’ current treatments.
Regimen: Conventionally it is identify a standard or trial group of drugs given a specific way and may include other instruction concerning the timing and parameters of treatment. Subjects received the same regimen multiple times will only be counted once.
Preferred drug name are based on WHO DRUG dictionary.
ADPSATA: Primary Prior Systemic Anti-cancer Therapy dataset
Source info: CHEMO Regimen Sheet WHO DRUG dictionary, ADSL, raw.priors
*Key variables; subjid: 405 studyid: INTO1 PAGENAME:Prior Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapies for this Disease PASTDT: Start Date PATENDT:Stop Date PATRESN: Best overall response PN: Preferred Drug name REG_RN: Regimen combo classificaion from Medical Library - Medication Details REG_SEQ: Regimen # from Medical Library COMBO: Regimen combo classification from Medical Library
Definitions for the SACT dataset final 03_11_10.