Understanding clinical trials and their outcomes – fake science at its best!

Clinical trials are specific type of tests in which products or treatments are tested using human subjects. Such trials should be conducted under the management of analytical science or laboratory with scientifically valid protocols. Unfortunately, however, at present trials are conducted in non-analytical science facilities and supervision often with invalid study protocols and interpretations. Approved products based on such trials would provide false assurance of safety, efficacy and quality of the tested products. Patients and public should be aware of current flawed scientific practices in this regard. On the other hand, if such evaluations are conducted with appropriate and scientifically valid and proven approaches, one could not only avoid false mishaps but also develop treatments and cure far more expeditiously and cost effectively. click here or here to read complete article

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