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The point of view that an analysis is conducted
A pharmaceutical company is a company that develops, produces, and markets drugs for use as medications.
study of the use and effect of drugs in a well-defined, large population
The study of how a drug enters, moves through
and leaves the body. This can include its absorption, distribution, breakdown
Clinical trial programmes are divided into
different stages, called phases. There are three main phases where Phase I
trials typically involve testing a drug on a small number of healthy volunteers
to assess safety, Phase II trials are testing on a small number of patients to
assess the efficacy and Phase III allow this to be scaled up to much larger
The set of observable characteristics in a living organism
The full set of an individual's observable characteristics reflecting genetic inheritance, genetic mutations, and environmental influences. Phenotypic data can include the results of clinical tests, scans, and descriptions.
A small scale preliminary study to evaluate the
feasibility, duration, cost and side effects prior to embarking on a full-scale
A placebo is an inactive medicine which has no treatment value.