Phase II trials are small, as a rule. However, the amazing thing is that, despite the small sample sizes, a STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT improvement in DFS was observed. This is pretty exciting news for a phase II trial, especially as the phase III trial is targeting the same subpopulation in which the most dramatic phase II results were observed.
This doesn't guarantee success in phase III, but it shows a very high likelihood of success, at least from an efficacy standpoint.
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