Breast Cancer - Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are research studies, with the help of which doctors identify the best treatments with minimal side effects. For clinical trials, people agree on new therapies. The overall standard of care can be improved with the help of these studies. Side effects are there for all treatment procedures for breast cancer and for some diagnosis tests as well. Clinical trials or research trials are done to figure out the side effects of treatment as well as the success rate of the new treatment procedure. Clinical trials are done after the preclinical trials. Preclinical trials are done on mice, as they suggest whether it will be safe for people to exposure a new treatment or not. Security and advantages of new medications can be tested with the help of clinical trials.

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