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clinical trial

[¦klin·i·kəl ′trīl]
(medicine)
A research study used to find better ways to treat individuals with a specific disease, patients are evaluated after being administered a new treatment or drug.
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The clinical studies were made public in Vertebral Osteoporotic Compression Fractures ((C) 2003), a new compendium of recent research published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
The IDE patients are being evaluated and no new clinical studies are planned for this breast implant.
We do not believe that disappointing results from clinical studies of AG-85 in psoriasis raise any new questions concerning the usefulness of TS inhibitors in cancer," said Robert C.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) completed a Special Protocol Assessment and approved clinical studies with a non-survival primary endpoint.
Angiotech plans to initiate clinical studies in association with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) using monthly injections of Micellar Paclitaxel in patients with severe psoriasis.
senior director of clinical research at IDEC Pharmaceuticals, reported that about 100 melanoma patients have been treated with either I-Mel-1 or I-Mel-2 in ongoing Phase I/II clinical studies at seven medical centers in the U.
This book is a must-have for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device industry professionals concerned with enrolling for domestic and multinational clinical studies and remaining on time and on budget.
In clinical studies, the most commonly reported adverse events in augmentation patients at four years post-implantation were: capsular contracture, breast pain, swelling, nipple complications, implant malposition and implant rupture.
Lee Moffitt Cancer Center are conducting phase I clinical studies of novel gene-based therapies and DNA vaccines delivered using Inovio's electroporation-based technology.
The Phase III program includes additional clinical studies scheduled to begin in the first half of next year.
Surgical Specialty Hospital of Arizona actively participates in clinical studies intended to bring advanced surgical technologies to patients.

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