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Clinical Trials


In clinical trials the tests are usually carried out in two groups. The first group

is given the new drug and the second group is either given the old drug or a

placebo. The placebo is a something that looks like a drug but is not. They

are split into two groups to ensure that they can compare the results.

 

Sometimes these trials are carried out in different ways. Blind trials – these

are trials where the volunteers do not know whether they are receiving the

drug or not.

Double bind trials – these trials are when both the volunteers and the

scientist do not know who is receiving the drug or the place.

 

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