A clinical study is any human study involving clinical information or conducted in a clinical setting.
testing of a new compound that may be conducted in patients or healthy volunteer subjects
a prospective, non-randomized, multi-center, international study and is ongoing
a research method used to test a drug or medical device in humans after it has demonstrated a positive result in the laboratory and/or in animal studies
a scientifically designed plan to diagnose, treat, prevent and develop new approaches and treatments for specific diseases
A research study that involves people. Each study is designed to answer medical questions and to find better ways to prevent or treat disease.
clinical studies (Phase I-IV) follow preclinical studies (animal experiments) and serve to test a new substance on humans
See clinical trial.
Research study that includes volunteers who test new ways to screen, prevent, diagnose or treat an illness. Also known as clinical trial.
The administration of a drug to healthy volunteers or patients to assess the safety, tolerability, pharmacokinetics and/or efficacy of that drug.
A type of research study that tests how well new medical approaches work in people. These studies test new methods of screening, prevention, diagnosis, or treatment. Also called a clinical trial.
A type of research study that uses volunteers to test new methods of prevention, screening, diagnosis, or treatment of a disease. The trial may be carried out in a clinic or other medical facility. Also called a clinical trial.
Test of a product on humans.
a scientific study of how well a drug works in patients.
Trials on human volunteers which are designed to measure the efficacy of new therapeutic strategies. Each study is conducted to answer scientific queries and identify better methods to treat or prevent a certain type of cancer. To achieve this, different treatment groups are compared. Volunteers are assigned under statistical criteria to a group treated with a drug or a group treated with a placebo and/or other drug, and are monitored through various examinations and tests for the time necessary to evaluate the treatment's effects.