Blinded outputs were programmed internally by a sponsor and we had an independent statistician who attended the meetings and gave statistical advice. The sponsor created blinded outputs outside of their standard reporting environment so that we could easily recreate outputs using a standalone SAS environment. We were supplied the DMC charter for review prior to finalization.
PHASTAR was engaged to rescue another CRO’s reporting of a large phase III study in mild asthmatics to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the experimental compound. With a primary objective to prove superiority in asthma control, analyses consisted of a complex primary endpoint and a broad range of secondary endpoints which are typically observed in respiratory.