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Can you define clinically active?


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I tried to find a decent definition of "clinically active" on the net, and it seems like if there is evidence of a tumor right now, even if it is stable, it is "clinically active." If there is no evidence any longer of a tumor that was once there, I guess it's not "clinically active." But, it's confusing. So the real answer is an honest, "I don't know."

This is a perfect question for Ask the Experts, but then you have to wait till Monday afternoon or Tuesday to get an answer. Sorry.


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