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controlled trials The term 'controlled trials' as it applies to the area of drug testing can be defined as ' Control is a standard against which experimental observations may be evaluated. In clinical trials, one group of participants is given an experimental drug, while another group (i.e., the control group) is given either a standard treatment for the disease or a placebo'.
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