clinical trial

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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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Orthovita recently announced that patient enrollment has started in US clinical studies to assess the use of CORTOSS in vertebral compression fractures.
BBK Worldwide has helped to accelerate time to market for new medicines and treatments by successfully supporting hundreds of clinical studies in more than 60 countries, and in all major therapeutic areas.
Data from six clinical studies, which further establish the safety and efficacy of the Pillar Procedure, were presented by several of the foremost otolaryngologists from the U.
The concentrate produced by the BMAC System has been documented to be superior to concentrations obtained by using other, laborious laboratory methods used in successful clinical studies -- while being significantly easier to implement and requiring one-third-less bone marrow aspirate from the patient.
The clinical study team intends to use the animal test results to apply for the Investigational Device Exemption for FDA clinical studies.
The Company has completed seven clinical studies of bevirimat in over 300 subjects, showing significant reductions in viral load in HIV-infected subjects and a promising safety profile.
Ultimately, more than 200 drug-naive patients will be enrolled in two parallel clinical studies being conducted in France and Italy, Canada and the UK.

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