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Common Terms to Understand When Considering a Clinical Trial

Open Label Study

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In an Open Label Study, all of the individuals involved (the patient participant, doctor and/or study coordinator) are advised of the drug and dosage that is being administered. All patients are given the treatment being studied, meaning that there is no use of placebo . These studies are generally conducted in Phase I or Phase II  of a clinical trial.(For information about the various phases of a clinical trial, clickc  here)

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