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Expressing Gratitude and Transparency: The Impact of Thank You Letters in Early-Terminated Studies

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“We do not force teams to use thank you letters, but they are often implemented by study teams. The survey respondent has used these letters in a number of studies that were terminated early (most recently in Huntington’s disease) to thank participants for their contributions and explain as much as possible why studies were terminated early. These letters have been appreciated by sites and are an important step to bridge the gap between sponsors and patients.”

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