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What Are Clinical Trials? 11 Dec 2001 | 11:00 pm

Blurb: The purpose of clinical trials is to find out whether a medication is safe to use and effective against various diseases or medical conditions. A clinical trial is a drug study sponsored by ....

Why Do Patients Participate in Research on Mental Disorders? 28 Jul 2000 | 10:00 pm

Blurb: Although remarkable progress has been made in defining and treating mental illnesses, some treatments are not effective for all persons or may have significant side effects. Thus, most people....

How Are Clinical Studies of Mental Disorders Designed? 28 Jul 2000 | 10:00 pm

Blurb: Clinical researchers call the standard scientific approach for trying out treatments a double-blind, randomized, controlled clinical trial. Understanding this term, and knowing how and why th....

What Is a "Placebo Control" in a Medication Trial? 28 Jul 2000 | 10:00 pm

Blurb: Studies of new drugs often compare the effects of an investigational drug with the effects of a placebo. If you are considering whether to take part in a drug trial, the director of the study....

Will You Have Access to Those Drugs That Work After a Trial Is Complete? 28 Jul 2000 | 10:00 pm

Blurb: Often, the company developing a new drug may try to see that you can continue to get it, even before the FDA has approved it for sale. You may be able to do this under what is termed a compas....

Learning About the Results of Research 28 Jul 2000 | 10:00 pm

Blurb: In most informed consent forms, the researcher promises to share what is learned from the study with you. These results will sum up the responses of everyone who took part in the study. In ad....

Checklist of Questions 28 Jul 2000 | 10:00 pm

Blurb: So, you're considering taking part in a clinical trial...This can be a very satisfying experience, allowing you to help yourself now and to help others in the future. But what questions ....

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