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healthy volunteer

A healthy person who agrees to participate in a clinical trial for non-medical reasons and receives no direct health benefit from participating.
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Additionally, NeuroVive's MAD study will consist of a dose escalation in healthy volunteers plus in patients with genetic mitochondrial disease.
Patients with PH will be dosed after safety has been established at the same dose level in normal healthy volunteers. Secondary endpoints include the pharmacokinetics of DCR-PHXC and its pharmacodynamic effects on oxalate biomarkers in plasma and urine.
[USA], Nov 21 ( ANI ): Briton researchers have recently designed a video game that enables healthy volunteers to play with patients recovering from stroke as a form of rehabilitation.
We measured platelet function in both healthy volunteers and donors on daily aspirin and/or clopidogrel therapy.
There were 19,392 patients and " healthy volunteers who took part in studies carried out by the trust in 2013/14 - the largest number of guinea pigs in the country after a research unit in the West Midlands.
The participants comprise of thirteen pulmonary TB patients and thirteen healthy volunteers. All participants were receiving standard anti-TB regimens.
Therapeutic responses to either dose of chenodeoxycholate were not seen in healthy volunteers, no matter what their rs17618244 genotype, nor in IBSC patients with the GA/AA genotypes.
WG0401 also provided protection to healthy volunteers who were given a potent inflammatory challenge.
When either chronic-pain patients or healthy volunteers felt the painful heat, their medial prefrontal cortices were quiet.
This single-center, open-label Phase I study is scheduled to enroll up to 112 healthy volunteers. The study is a combined single and multiple dose escalation program that is designed to determine the safety and tolerability of PSN357.
trial, cow PS produced dramatic benefits in healthy volunteers aged 50 to 75 who reported experiencing age-related memory loss.(1)

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