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clinical trial

A research study involving human subjects designed to answer specific questions about the safety and efficacy of a biomedical intervention (drug, treatment, device), or new ways of using a known drug, treatment or device.

clinical study

Pharmacology A study designed to measure the safety, efficacy, and appropriate dosage of a new drug or biological; CSs may be placebo-controlled or, less commonly, compared with a 'gold standard' therapy. See Phase I, II, III study.
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The clinical study plan has been approved by a central Institutional Review Board (IRB).
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"The company hopes to provide information about the clinical study in the upcoming weeks and months.
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The Drug Watch Web site and Clinical Study Results Database are almost certain to impact pharmaceutical products liability litigation by impacting the learned intermediary doctrine.
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Another funding program is "Targeting Research Gaps." A third program deals with translational research, which brings mature therapeutic concepts from basic science into clinical study in small numbers of patients, usually with a commercial partner.
Results from the first clinical study with an integrase inhibitor were reported at the 14th International AIDS Conference.
Currently, silicone gel-filled breast implants may be available to certain women only through a clinical study conducted under the Investigational Device Exemptions (IDE) regulations or an FDA-approved adjunct study.

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