What happens with the results of a clinical trial?
Once a clinical trial is complete, the FDA makes sure that the results of a clinical trial are published and shared to the public at the appropriate time. These research practices and protocols hold all clinical trials to an ethical and legal standard and ensure that all findings and conclusions are fully disclosed to the public. Thanks to the regulations monitored by the FDA and many other organizations, clinical trials today have been able to remain a scientific practice while also maintaining good ethical applications, striving to operate as safely as possible.
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