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When such measures are unavailable off the shelf, patients and clinicians must design their own or enlist a hybrid approach, such as the Measure Yourself Medical Outcome Profile MYMOP; Ishaque et al.

Personalized trials can make use of the entire spectrum of data-collection modalities from surveys, diaries, medical records, and administrative data to newer technologies involving mobile devices and remote monitors.

A framework for statistical analysis and feedback for decision making. Once data are collected, the results need to be analyzed and presented to the relevant decision makers in an actionable form.

Developers and users of personalized trials have three issues to consider: 1 should outcomes be combined, and how? and 3 to what extent should various forms of prior knowledge be integrated into decision making?

Separate measures retain clinical granularity, while composite measures distill complex information into fewer numbers or even a single number. Simple graphs are appealing to many patients but tend to ignore or downplay uncertainty. More complex graphs and tables might have allure for more sophisticated users, but could be hard for others to decipher and interpret.

Some evidence suggests that combining simple graphs and verbal summary statements may have the widest reach Whitney et al. Whether to customize the presentation, and how, is an important task for personalized trials, as well for the broader famework of personalized data science see companion article in this issue, Duan et al.

Finally, within a Bayesian framework, results of personalized trials are more robust when bolstered by external evidence, whether from other similar personalized trials or the clinical literature.

Blinding of participants and clinicians in personalized trials can be challenging and is often unnecessary. Blinding is essential when there is a need to separate the biological activity of the treatment from nonspecific placebo effects.

This is certainly the case in most parallel group drug and device trials as well as personalized trials conducted in series for the purpose of obtaining regulatory approval of a new therapeutic agent.

However, in many personalized trials, participants are most interested in the overall effects of treatment, defined as the sum of specific and nonspecific effects. Therefore, blinding may be less important and even counterproductive in this context. As noted above, a condition-treatment pair is ideally suited for the multiple-crossover approach of personalized trials when the condition is relatively stable i.

However, many such condition-treatment pairs are suboptimal. When researchers are concerned that the effects of the treatment administered first may bleed over into the next observation period, their solution is often to introduce a washout period.

In a physical washout, a period of time is permitted to elapse between treatments, and the interval depends on expected treatment duration. For pharmaceutical interventions, the washout interval would be an appropriate multiple of the elimination half-life. In addition to prolonging trial length, physical washouts introduce ethical problems, as patients are necessarily denied access to potentially effective treatment for the duration of the washout.

Analytic washouts cannot compensate for observation periods that are too short relative to the duration of action of the treatment. In addition to these technical requirements, clinicians and clinical investigators interested in launching personalized trials need social and organizational support.

Within health care settings, clinicians hoping to make personalized trials available to their patients must begin with a keen understanding of the indications, strengths, and limitations of the method; these trials are not for everyone.

They should also be adequately committed to the process so as to not only convey their enthusiasm to patients but also weather the inevitable setbacks, delays, and ambiguities. Beyond their own personal commitment, clinician-investigators need support from organizational leaders and colleagues.

While personalized trials may lower costs in the long run Kravitz et al. For example, Scuffham et al. A single protocol could serve as the framework for personalized trials conducted in multiple individuals.

The variable i. Given the relatively low marginal costs of enrolling each additional patient, successful personalized trial programs create economies of scale.

Organizational leadership must step up to not only provide the initial investment but also support clinician champions in bringing along colleagues who recruit additional patients.

Outside of health care settings, personalized trials need participants, and participants need a platform that makes participation easy. Investigators, meanwhile, must identify a target population, develop a marketing strategy, and encourage enrollment through social networks.

As an example, in a recently published personalized trial series marketed to the general public, a multidisciplinary team used social media and an interview on the Brian Lehrer Show on NPR.

org to recruit participants interested in trying out one of several simple behavioral interventions for promoting psychological well-being Kravitz et al.

They created a website with training videos, provided participants with a mobile app for reporting daily outcomes during intervention and control periods, and returned results via a personal web link. Whether studies are conducted within or outside of health care settings, research suggests that many patients are natural enthusiasts for self-tracking but do not necessarily appreciate the benefits of randomized or balanced switching between treatments, and they are not always prepared to interpret even simple numerical or graphical results Whitney et al.

Therefore, in designing personalized trials, investigators need to account for patient preferences Moise et al. Although personalized trials have many adherents and a few evangelists, implementation has been slow.

As suggested earlier, a major reason is conflicting evidence; few RCTs have directly compared personalized trials to standard care, and most of those have produced marginally positive, equivocal, or unconvincing results. For example, in a study by Mahon et al. In a study of arthritis patients by Pope et al.

Further, in an RCT by Kravitz et al. However, the primary outcome of pain interference was not statistically significant. On the other hand, a substantial number of published case series support the feasibility and value of personalized trials for individual patients, and some argue that RCTs are an inappropriate testing ground for such trials because of the very nature of personalization Vohra, The next generation of personalized trial researchers will further unravel the inherent heterogeneity of treatment effects where personalized trials are the treatment and identify which patients benefit and which do not.

These may be broadly categorized as intrinsic or extrinsic. Intrinsic factors include elements of trial design that may or may not be essential but increase burden to investigator, clinician, or participant.

The principal intrinsic design factor to consider is treatment regimen rigidity versus flexibility. In parallel group RCTs, treatment protocols are well-defined with limited opportunities for adjustment.

For example, in cancer trials, a fixed-dose i. Similarly, investigators interested in aggregating the results of N-of-1 series through meta-analysis will naturally prefer relatively rigid treatment regimens to simplify inferences about overall average treatment effects, HTE, and predictors of individual treatment effects.

Although some regimen-related variation is manageable using network meta-analysis, the quest for generalizability will tend to favor uniform treatment regimens. In contrast, the primary goal of personalized trials is to guide treatment for the individual.

Since people differ in terms of their physiology, psychology, social determinants, and preferences, treatment regimens for comparison often need tailoring. For example, in the PREEMPT Personalized Research for Monitoring Pain Treatment Study, patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain were encouraged to make comparisons among any combination of eight treatment categories including acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, short-acting opioids, and various non-pharmacological complementary and alternative treatments.

Blinding may be essential when it is critical to exclude non—drug-related nonspecific benefits i. At least one rating scale has incorporated blinding as a criterion for personalized trial quality Tate et al.

However, blinding may be impossible in some settings e. Indeed, absent the need to generalize to other people or populations, blinding may be undesirable because it would preclude accounting for the sum of specific and nonspecific treatment effects in an individual.

In addition, blinding increases costs and decreases regimen flexibility. Washout periods—introduced to guard against carryover effects—have their own limitations Duan et al. Patients and clinicians may be dissatisfied with the withholding of active treatments during the washout. If the treatment has a slow onset, a washout period can increase the delay before clinical effects are realized and thereby stretch out the duration of the trial.

Personalized trials targeted to clinical populations see Figure 1 require the support of organizations e. With robust support from organizational leadership, investigators can recruit clinicians and patients; hire pharmacists, statisticians, and database managers; overcome inevitable administrative hurdles; and amass the necessary resources to implement trials efficiently and effectively.

If the organization is resistant, personalized trial implementation is much more difficult. If personalized trials are research, then the usual requirements i.

If they are simply an upgrade to clinical care, then authority devolves to the clinician and patient through a process of shared decision-making and oversight through applicable licensing and credentialling bodies. As Punja and colleagues , p. If the primary interest is to produce local knowledge to inform treatment decisions for individual patients, n-of-1 trials so conducted should be interpreted as clinical care, and in our view are not subject to the HHS protection of human subjects regulations.

Alternatively, if the primary interest is to produce generalizable knowledge to inform treatment decisions for future patients, such n-of-1 trials should be interpreted as human subjects research and required to comply with the standards of such research.

Two sources of difficulty are worth noting. First, organizational leaders and ethics boards may not accept the premise that personalized trials are not research.

Second, distinguishing between intent to produce local i. A widely held but erroneous belief is that intent to publish constitutes research Office for Human Research Protections, However, disputed areas also present various issues.

For example, what if the data from a patient undergoing a personalized trial to inform their own care will be aggregated with data from other patients undergoing similar trials for the purpose of assessing both average treatment effects and HTE?

What if some or all of the treatment options within a personalized trial are in common use for that indication but are not FDA-approved i.

Punja et al. These ethical and regulatory conundrums aside, organizational leaders simply may not see the value proposition in personalized trials. At the clinician level, the major barriers are both practical and relational Kravitz et al. Practically speaking, many clinicians will conclude that personalized trials, at least for most patients, are simply not worth the time and effort.

Of course, some of these concerns might be obviated by a more flexible approach to personalized trial design. From the relational perspective, some clinicians are fearful that the concept of trials within clinical settings will upend the nature of professionalism and the doctor—patient relationship:.

It seems like it takes away the doctor's doctoring so that the doctor becomes this scientist. Kravitz et al. These organization- and clinician-level barriers are less relevant in nonclinical settings, where personalized trials are offered to members of the public who are seeking to manage minor symptoms or enhance well-being on their own.

These trials must appeal to potential participants but can, as long as certain ethical and legal shoals are avoided, safely bypass clinicians and institutions. Recent health-related projects featured on the QS website include tracking blood oxygen on Mount Everest, mindfulness following meditation, home-monitored blood glucose and lipids in response to diet and exercise, and allergic symptoms in response to different grasses.

QS encourages interested parties to carry out their own projects or to join ongoing ones. They attract individuals curious about this form of self-tracking largely through word-of-mouth. For more formal projects in which the goal is to enroll a group of individuals slated to participate in similarly structured personalized trials, more robust recruitment methods are needed Kravitz et al.

The main message of this review is that increased uptake of personalized trials will require strategies that maximize real and perceived benefits and minimize costs and burdens to participants.

Some of these strategies are listed in Table 2. Sharpen precision with more, better, or more frequently obtained outcome measures. Report results more quickly using automated statistical analysis and reporting.

Make iteration i. Automate trial implementation e. There are six ways to enhance benefits see Table 2. First, whether treatments are pharmacologic or non-pharmacologic, they should be as well defined as possible, have rapid onset and offset, and be convenient to administer.

Second, it may be valuable to extract information as early in the trial period as possible so the most promising treatment s can be assigned more frequently.

For example, in a trial designed to run through four pairs of crossovers e. Psychometric scales always feature a tradeoff between reliability and convenience longer scales are, all else equal, more reliable , but computerized adaptive testing built into mobile devices holds promise for achieving greater measurement stability with fewer items Morris et al.

Fourth, results should be reported promptly, as enthusiasm for integrating the results may decay rapidly after trial completion. Rapid turnaround can be accomplished either through shared human resources e.

Fifth, no one should assume that results will be quickly, accurately, and meaningfully interpreted by trial participants; statistical illiteracy is a widespread problem Gigerenzer et al.

Therefore, we believe it is important for personalized trials to provide flexible options for delivering the results of individual trials, allowing end users to choose their preferred format, whether it be simple or comprehensive; graphical, tabular, or textual; and with or without representation of uncertainty.

A one-size-fits-all approach, providing everyone with the same comprehensive display, is unlikely to satisfy many.

But providing everyone with simple bar charts might be equally dismaying to the roughly one quarter of end users who are comfortable with representations of probability and uncertainty.

Furthermore, in the context of personalized trials, the clinical significance of small differences in means has not been established for most quality-of-life measures Jaeschke et al. Although standards for visualization and statistical analysis have been proposed Kratochwill et al.

Finally, investigators must own up to the fact that, for many patients, personalized trials offer a pro tem solution. New treatments come on the market, clinical conditions evolve, comorbidities develop, and patient preferences change.

New questions arise about combinations of treatments heretofore evaluated singly. Therefore, to maximize the benefits delivered, trial platforms should be flexible enough to allow for ongoing iterative comparisons, perhaps using information already acquired as Bayesian priors.

As for reducing costs and burdens of personalized trials, we have identified five targets see Table 2. Any trial initiated by clinicians or investigators at an academic institution or health system will require oversight by an IRB. If oversight is conducted with a light touch particularly for trials that fall into the category of clinical care or quality improvement , implementation can proceed apace; if heavy handed, long delays and high burden can be expected.

Several groups have proposed classification schemes or algorithms for identifying trials requiring greater scrutiny Punja et al. Another way to reduce costs and barriers is to make it easier for individuals to find relevant trials or to design their own , complete enrollment procedures, and provide meaningful informed consent.

A number of electronic platforms, many created for use on mobile devices, have been used or are in development Barr et al. As Davidson et al. For clinicians interested in embedding N-of-1 trials in their clinical practice, a personalized trial platform needs to be developed that allows users to customize trial designs according to the use case.

A shared service that delivers custom-built trial prototypes, uses a dedicated pharmacy, and facilitates data collection and analyses might best reduce logistical and cost barriers to widespread implementation. Over time, such infrastructure can foster the development of successful supporting services and mobile health applications that both facilitate N-of-1 trials and reduce technical barriers and implementation costs.

A third target is to automate trial implementation by streamlining delivery of the intervention s. For example, some groups have arranged to mail personalized trial participants their study drugs Nikles et al. Others have created electronic prompts and instructional videos to deliver behavioral interventions Kravitz et al.

A fourth approach to minimizing burdens is to make data collection easier. While more measurements are generally more psychometrically reliable than fewer, patient tolerance for frequent measures has its limits Lee et al. Therefore, investigators have viewed with interest the prospect of sampling outcomes using mobile devices or special sensors.

These approaches will undoubtedly gain credence as new technologies evolve, but they will also raise important privacy concerns. Finally, burdens can be offset, if not eliminated, by providing potential participants with economic incentives.

The investment could be worthwhile, especially if personalized trials are used as a prelude to authorization of expensive medications Kravitz et al. Personalized trials remain a promising strategy for individualizing care under conditions of increased therapeutic precision.

They have focused applicability within health and medicine and, though not for everyone, they have already demonstrated broad appeal within certain populations. However, fulfilling their potential will require new approaches to maximizing benefits and minimizing burdens. This project was supported in part by by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health, through grant number UL1 TR as well as grants R01LM from the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health and P30AG from the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health.

The funders had no role in the design and conduct of the study; collection, management, analysis, and interpretation of the data; preparation, review, or approval of the manuscript; or decision to submit the manuscript for publication.

The views expressed in this paper are those of the authors and do not represent the views of the National Institutes of Health, the U.

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Pharmacogenomics is a field of research that studies how a person's genes affect how he or she responds to medications. Doctors believe that this personalized approach will result in better inpatient acute pain management — helping patients leave the hospital sooner, recover better at home and require less medication over time.

In addition, blood tests will help determine the molecular genetic profile of patients most likely to recover rapidly after surgery. Less pain medication can help post-surgical patients become active earlier, leave the hospital sooner and recover better at home with fewer complications.

Better pain management in the inpatient setting can also help reduce the likelihood that patients become dependent upon opioids after they leave the hospital. He said the study is the first of its kind in the field of adult neurosurgery, though similar genotype studies have been conducted in other fields of medicine.

He hopes to enroll about patients in the study over the course of two years. More than a dozen patients have been enrolled since the study launched in May, and Adogwa said preliminary results are encouraging.

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But in many instances, an N -of-1 approach is ideal. Such studies are already being done for some rare diseases by necessity, but often without the use of sophisticated trial designs and without necessarily collecting the appropriate information to make hypotheses about the drug's mechanism.

Many experimental drugs are also administered in 'compassionate use' settings. And many widely used drugs are provided to combat diseases for which they were not approved 'off label' prescription , for people who fail to respond to all other treatments.

Examples include uses of the drug mexiletine to treat the rare muscle disease non-dystrophic myotonia, and experimental treatments for the Ebola virus. Well-designed N -of-1 trials could also be useful in the early stages of clinical drug development or in repurposing drugs — for exploring the molecular and physiological effects of a new compound or of an old compound in a new context.

Likewise, studies investigating the safety and appropriate dosages of drugs could take an N -of-1 approach. Currently, phase I and II clinical trials usually involve giving different amounts of a drug to a small group of healthy volunteers. Better would be to tailor dosages to individuals' metabolic profiles.

N -of-1 trials could be designed to guide clinicians in detecting disease onset. For instance, US physicians generally view levels of a blood protein called CA greater than 30 or 35 as an indication of ovarian cancer.

However, a level of 20 or 25 may be a cause for concern if the person's average CA levels hovered around 10 or 15 over the previous year 8. Establishing personal thresholds for uncovering disease onset is the goal of the registered clinical trial known as the Tanner Project www.

org , in which I am involved. By looking for commonalities across multiple N -of-1 studies — in which the same types of data are collected using the same procedures — researchers should be able to draw inferences about the effectiveness of an intervention in certain subsets of the population, such as in people sharing particular genetic features, as well as in the whole population.

Various teams are developing and testing algorithms to match interventions, or a combination thereof, to individuals on the basis of their genetic make-up, biochemistry, diet and other factors.

For instance, matching drugs to tumour profiles is a key goal of the Stand Up To Cancer umbrella trial. There are significant barriers to making N -of-1 trials commonplace. Regulatory agencies, researchers and clinicians are rightfully wary of moving away from classical clinical trials.

Pharmaceutical companies tend to focus on drugs that are likely to be used by thousands or millions of people. What is more, tailoring treatments to patients is costly.

And there is a lot of work to be done on biomarkers, monitoring devices, study designs and data-analysis methods. A key component will be transforming everyday clinical care into solid N -of-1 trials.

In my view, the time is ripe for three reasons. First, there is a growing interest in 'omics' assays that expose people's unique characteristics at the molecular level.

Researchers and clinicians are assaying people's blood metabolites their metabolome and the microbes in their bodies their microbiome as well as their DNA and RNA 9. Second, cheap and efficient devices that collect health data are becoming available, such as the Apple Watch, continuous glucose monitors and portable electroencephalogram EEG monitors.

Lastly, governments and life-sciences funding bodies worldwide are increasingly supporting a more targeted approach as well as patient engagement in medicine, such as through the US Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, established in I am confident that, ultimately, governments, regulatory agencies and pharmaceutical companies will support sophisticated, well-designed N -of-1 trials.

Regulatory agencies such as the US Food and Drug Administration are beginning to recognize the importance of individual responses And sufficient financial or market incentives provided by governments could persuade pharmaceutical companies to broaden their focus away from 'blockbuster' drugs — especially given the poor rates of return on drug discovery in recent years.

Key to making precision medicine mainstream is the ongoing shift in the relationship between patients and physicians. A major advantage of the N -of-1 approach over classical trials is that patients are no longer guinea pigs, whose involvement in a study may help only future generations.

In N -of-1 trials, the effectiveness of different treatments are vetted for the actual participants. Indeed, members of hundreds of patient-advocacy groups, for instance for rare genetic diseases, are eager to be involved in studies to test candidate drugs.

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Choose from 12 allied health programs at School of Health Professions. Learn about our graduate medical education residency and fellowship opportunities. Triple-negative breast cancer TNBC makes up 15 to 20 percent of breast cancer diagnoses.

The condition often is considered a single disease, when in reality, TNBC is a catch-all diagnosis of biologically different breast cancer subtypes that lack expression of estrogen receptor ER , progesterone receptor PR or human epidermal growth factor receptor 2 HER2.

In patients with localized disease, a neoadjuvant chemotherapy regimen of Adriamycin doxorubicin and cyclophosphamide AC followed by a taxane-based regimen results in a pathologic complete response in 35 to 40 percent of patients and is associated with an excellent long-term prognosis.

The goal of ARTEMIS is to find out if treating chemotherapy-insensitive TNBC patients with targeted therapy that has been selected based on subtyping will result in higher rates of pathologic complete response and better long-term survival compared with standard chemotherapy.

To answer this, patients in the study undergo biopsy before treatment, and then immediately begin neoadjuvant AC while their TNBC subtype is determined through molecular testing. Response is assessed by imaging after two cycles and at completion of four cycles of AC chemotherapy.

In addition to pretreatment biopsies, tissue is harvested by biopsy after chemotherapy and at the time of completion of neoadjuvant therapy surgical resection in order to provide material for translational research that aims to identify mechanisms of chemotherapy resistance.

The genomic profiling efforts, including RNA sequencing and whole-exome sequencing, are supported by the Cancer Genomics Laboratory, a platform of the Moon Shots Program. With the information found by the tumor analysis, patients are offered the therapeutic trial best suited for their disease.

Moulder and her team see the ARTEMIS trial as an opportunity to partner with medical oncologists in the communities where patients live, providing them comfort and convenience.

In an initial analysis of a cohort of patients who were deemed chemotherapy insensitive by ultrasound less than 50 percent volumetric reduction after four cycles of AC or progression during AC , none of the patients who received standard chemotherapy and a taxane as the second phase of neoadjuvant therapy had a pathologic complete response.

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