Are Clinical Trials important? What do they involve, who can take part?

A clinical trial is a particular type of clinical research that compares one treatment with another. It may involve patients or healthy people, or both

In this video, Dr Ben Goldacre explains why clinical trials are important, what they involve and who can take part in one. He also describes common concerns patients might have and gives tips on what questions to ask before taking part in any research.

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