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Clinical Trials

Placebo-Controlled Trials

What does a placebo mean? A placebo is a simulated substance that has no therapeutic effect or active ingredients. Often, a placebo looks, feels, and tastes like other therapies being tested in the clinical trial. What is the placebo effect, and why is it important? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RhG_ySxhDA Why are placebo-controlled trials Read More…

Clinical Trial

How Does a Clinical Trial Work?

Guest Author: Amber Trzeciak, Cadent Therapeutics Clinical trial phases can be a confusing concept to understand. The purpose of clinical trials is to determine how a drug or device (intervention) will interact with a human being. Trials are regulated by our governmental agency the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration). Read More…

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