What is the phase I of clinical trial for arthritis?
In a phase I clinical trial, researchers give the new treatment being tested to a small number of people. The goal is to find the best way to give the new treatment and how much of it can be given safely.
From: Arthritis Studies: A Guide for Patients WebMD Medical Reference
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