Pharma Clinical Trails

Clinical trials are used to evaluate potential treatments that have had some effect against disease in the lab, or in animal experiments. The whole point of a clinical trial is to find out if a treatment is effective. The aim of clinical trials is to determine if a treatment works and is safe. By comparing similar groups of people taking different treatments for the same disease it is possible to show whether any benefits are due to the treatment. Effective treatments identified in this way may then become standard practice. Since the research is experimental, those who take part in early studies may not always benefit. Once a new approach has been proven safe and effective in a clinical trial, it may become standard practice. Standard practice is a currently accepted and widely used approach and would require approval by a government body such as the FDA or EMEA.

 

  • Cancer Clinical Trial
  • Diabetic Clinical Trials
  • Anti Viral Clinical Trials
  • Other Pharmaceutical Clinical Trials

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