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Clinical Trials

  • Clinical Trials Overview
    Most clinical research progresses in a series of phases. Phase I trials are the first studies to evaluate how a new therapy should be administered. Phase II trials provide preliminary information about how well the new therapy works. Phase III trials compare a promising new therapy or procedure with a current standard of treatment. Phase IV trials continue the evaluation after FDA approval.
  • Clinical Trials: Should You Participate?
    Being involved in a clinical trial has risks and benefits. Being informed and asking lots of questions can help you make a decision.
  • Understanding Research Studies