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Clinical trials are research studies conducted in an effort to improve overall patient health and care. Each trial involves running supervised tests to determine the effectiveness and safety of new drugs, procedures and/or devices with the aim of answering scientific questions about a disease or condition. Risks and side-effects are also evaluated during these trials with results ranging from being unpleasant, with side effects such as headaches, to more serious or even life-threatening risks. A clinical trial may be separated into phases, or steps, with each step designed to answer a separate research question. This maybe reflected in the trial name.
A brief description of each phase:
Clinical Trials data for Protein deficiency is grouped into the following categories:-
The format for each of the following is:
ClinicalTrials.gov has listed the following trials for Protein deficiency:
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