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Clinical Research Methodology

  title={Clinical Research Methodology},
  author={Purvi Gandhi},
  journal={Journal of Pharmaceutical Research},
  • P. Gandhi
  • Published 2011
  • Medicine
  • Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
Medical trials occupy a greater part of clinical trials and exceed in number over other types of clinical trials. Although clinical researches or studies other than those falling under the category of trial, lack the commercial aspect, they may contribute to the betterment of clinical practice and may constitute a base for large-scale commercial trials. Explanatory clinical studies are the most widely accepted and executed type of clinical researches/ trials. They explain not only the… Expand
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