inclusion criteria


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inclusion criteria

The criteria in a clinical trial’s protocol that prospective subjects must meet to be eligible for participation in a study.
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inclusion/exclusion criteria

Clinical research The medical or social reasons why a person may/may not qualify for participation in a clinical trial
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