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What are the types of clinical trial?

Clinical trials have the potential to benefit people’s health and can provide options in circumstances where treatment choices are limited or there are none. They can provide hope to sick people, and allow for the discovery of crucial information that can be implemented in the creation of new treatments.

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Why is a placebo group included in clinical trials?

Clinical trials have the potential to benefit people’s health and can provide options in circumstances where treatment choices are limited or there are none. They can provide hope to sick people, and allow for the discovery of crucial information that can be implemented in the creation of new treatments.

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Do you get paid to participate in clinical trials?

Clinical trials have the potential to benefit people’s health and can provide options in circumstances where treatment choices are limited or there are none. They can provide hope to sick people, and allow for the discovery of crucial information that can be implemented in the creation of new treatments.

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Who conducts clinical trials?

Clinical trials have the potential to benefit people’s health and can provide options in circumstances where treatment choices are limited or there are none. They can provide hope to sick people, and allow for the discovery of crucial information that can be implemented in the creation of new treatments.

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What are Clinical Trials

“Clinical trials are research investigations in which people volunteer to test new treatments, interventions or tests as a means to prevent, detect, treat or manage various diseases or medical conditions” – australianclinicaltrials.gov.au

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