One criticism of this research is that it is correlational. Therefore, we cannot infer a causal
Finally, one article was found by conducting a search of the identified article’s reference section. This article was searched by title on the Cochrane database and was found useful to the clinical
(Coffey et al., 2003; Cox et al., 2001; Finn et al., 2000). These findings are correlational,
Abstract of this article offer clear overview of the study, by explaining what was accomplish and what was the significant of the study. (Kagnovi et al Peer Research October 2017)
Of the 39 patients, according to RECIST criteria, 6 patients had partial response to treatment (PR) and 32 patients had Stable disease (SD). One patient was noted to have progressed with in the time. Categorization with CHOI criteria showed 33 responders with 3 patients each had stable disease and progressive disease. With the modified CHOI criteria, the numbers were 22, 14 and 3 for PR, SD and PD respectively (Table 6.1).
The results from this study only reflect a very small number of the population, so it is difficult for this experiment to show any significant results. It would have reflected better on the results if the sample size had been meet, however it was not possible due to lack of time and number of eligible volunteers.
Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Oxford, John Radcliffe Hospital, OX3 9DU, Oxford, UK