Clinical trials are the key part of any pharmaceutical research.
They provide they only way to test the safety and effectiveness of new drugs, treatments, and medical devices before they are made widely available to the public.
There are several stages of clinical trials, ranging from small, early-phase studies (phases I – II) that involve a few participants to large, late-phase studies (phases III – IV) that involve thousands of participants. Each phase has a different goal and helps researchers learn more about the product being tested.
Clinical trials generate evidence-based data on the safety and effectiveness of a new product, ensuring that only safe and effective treatments are made available to patients.
They also help researchers understand how a new product works in the body and how it is metabolized. This can provide important information on potential side effects and potential drug interactions.
Head-to-Head trials allow researchers to compare the new product to existing gold standard treatments and determine if it is more effective or has other advantages.
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