What Is A Clinical Trial?
A clinical trial is a type of clinical study that uses volunteers to learn more about a medical condition or topic. Clinical trials allow participants to test new medical products, medications, procedures and treatments, which helps researchers learn about new ways to treat various conditions.
Researchers then use the results to determine the safety and effectiveness of the type of intervention used in the trial. The results can lead to a better understanding of a disease in terms of prevention, disease treatment and overall knowledge. Clinical trials are crucial to advancing treatment and improving knowledge within the medical community so health outcomes can be improved.