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Selecting the right trial is not an easy process for those involved. It’s certainly not easy for the patient, who is trying to navigate the complicated decision-making process. It’s not easy for many doctors either.
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Thanks to participants in clinical trials, health care providers can save more lives every day and continue to improve national healthcare practice standards.
We have very good treatments for some conditions — but unfortunately, not for all. We need to develop new therapies to help patients who do not achieve the maximum benefit from available drugs. That’s one reason to consider volunteering for a clinical trial.
A federal panel has issued a new recommendation that some people who have never had heart disease should take a low dose of aspirin every day. But following this advice has potential risks.
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There’s more evidence linking activity level to good health. A new study shows that middle-aged men with a high level of cardiovascular fitness have a lower incidence of lung and colon cancers. They’re also less likely to die from their cancer. “More and more data is coming out that regular exercise is important to prevent … Read More
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