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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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Subsequent Phase II trials (often called, IIb) are aimed at elucidating dose response relationships, safety and, for the first time, efficacy, of the compound treating the disease or condition for which it is intended.
Dr Eugene Braunwald, chairman of the TIMI Study Group said: "We are very interested in learning in this Phase II trial whether BB-10153 can successfully lyse clots and provide an acceptable safety profile in terms of bleeding risk.
The Phase II trial results are in the process of being audited.
We greatly look forward to rapidly enrolling this Phase II trial and further investigating the efficacy of this novel, targeted therapy.
SEATTLE & NEW YORK -- Targeted Genetics Corporation (NASDAQ:TGEN) and The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) today announced the start of a Phase II trial in South Africa to test the safety and immunogenicity of tgAAC09, a preventive HIV vaccine candidate that is based on HIV subtype C, the subtype of the virus most prevalent in southern and eastern Africa.
The Phase II trial involves clinical sites in the United States and in Mexico.
and Europe in advance of the anticipated results from the Phase II trials for our lead products, MC-1 and MC-4232.
Synthetic Blood's Phase II Oxycyte trial in hip revision surgery patients is the first in a series of planned Oxycyte Phase II trials that will focus on surgery and indications for therapeutic oxygen.
A phase I/II trial and two phase II trials are expected to initiate in the second half of this year with a registration trial also scheduled to initiate in the second half of 2006.