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Medical Trials

Medical trials, also known as clinical trials, are research studies that test new medical treatments, devices, and interventions to determine their safety and effectiveness. These trials typically involve a group of people who have a specific health condition, and they are designed to determine the best dosage, route of administration, and potential side effects of the intervention being tested. Medical trials are conducted in several phases, with each phase building upon the previous phase to further evaluate the intervention. The results of medical trials are used to determine whether the intervention is safe and effective enough for it to be approved for widespread use. Participation in medical trials is voluntary, and participants must meet specific eligibility criteria to be considered for the study.

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