What is randomization?

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There are many statistical factors involved in any new treatment or drug in clinical trial research. Therefore, a certain practice called randomization is typically factored into clinical trial studies at a certain point. Randomization, according to the National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health, is “the process by which treatments are assigned to participants by chance rather than by choice.” This is done to avoid bias when assigning volunteers to receive one treatment over another.

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