7 Questions About Clinical Trials and Lupus

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It is important to make sure that a drug is more effective than existing treatments, actually works and is safe. Decisions to give drugs or other medical treatments have to come from scientific data, not just the opinion of a healthcare provider, patient or other individual. Clinical trials help to assure all of these things.

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These are some of the most frequently asked questions about clinical trials. To find more questions–and answers– about it, click here.

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