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adaptive clinical trial
8 Jun 2015

What is Adaptive clinical trial?

An adaptive clinical trial evaluates patients’ reactions to a drug beginning early in a clinical trial and modifies the trial in accord with those findings.

The adaptation process continues throughout the trial. Modifications may include dosage, sample size, drug undergoing trial, patient selection criteria.

In some cases, trials have become an ongoing process that regularly adds and drops therapies and patient groups as more information is gained.

An adaptive clinical trial is a clinical trial that evaluates patients’ reactions to a drug beginning early in a clinical trial and modifies the trial in accord with those findings. The adaptation process continues throughout the trial. Modifications may include dosage, sample size, drug undergoing trial, patient selection criteria.

In some cases, trials have become an ongoing process that regularly adds and drops therapies and patient groups as more information is gained.

Clinical research by royed training

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