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What Is A Clinical Trial And How Does A Clinical Trial Work?

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Introduction:

  • A clinical trial is an organized study with tight controls to answer questions about a new drug or treatment or a new way of using existing ones.
  • A clinical trial has a strict set of controls and guidelines that are approved by the FDA.
  • There are different types of trials for different purposes.
  • Your role as a participant in a clinical trial is to follow the trial's protocol.  If you decide to stop following the protocol, or participating in the trial, you can withdraw at any time.

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