How a Drug Grows Up The Four Phases of Drug Development
If your doctor has ever prescribed a new drug for you for anything at all, rest assured that even if you don’t know what it is or how it works, it has been through the ringer as far as testing is concerned. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t still do all of the research you might be inclined to do, but it does mean that you can bet that the drug has been thoroughly tested. In fact, it has been put through the four phases of clinical drug development and if it has emerged ready for you to take, you can know that it must have passed the trials with flying colors.
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What Constitute The Phase 1 Clinical Trial Research Studies
During medical research studies, doctors conduct different levels of clinical trials to analyze a particular treatment or a possible medical intervention and these clinical trials include four phases of research. With the early phase looking at the safety of a drug and its side effects, it’s in the later stage of this phase where a sample size is increased and tests conducted for more information on a trial drug.
The types of phases involved in clinical research are Phase 1 , Phase 2. Phase 3 and Phase 4.
What is involved in Phase 1 Clinical trial?
In this phase of clinical drug development, a clini Continue Reading