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Clinical trials are research studies using volunteers (also called participants) that aim to determine whether a medical strategy, treatment, or device is safe for use or consumption by humans.

These studies may also present which medical approaches prove most effective for specific conditions or groups of people and, as a result, add to medical knowledge. Today’s clinical trials will lead to new standards of care in the future.

How Clinical Trials Work

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Starting in the Lab

The process starts in the laboratory where it takes a number of years of sifting through a thousand potential treatments to find a handful.

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Clinical Trial Phases

Phase 1 - Ensures that the treatment is safe in humans and determines how and where it distributes within the body.

Phase 2 - Determines the right dosage and effectiveness in treating that particular disease.

Phase 3 - Determines whether the treatment* would be safe and effective for a wide variety of people

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FDA Approval Process

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) only approves drugs that they determine to have solid evidence of safety and effectiveness for public use or consumption.

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