crossover study

crossover study

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In a crossover study, each participant receives both the placebo and the active drug for a defined period of time. The order in which people receive the different treatments is determined randomly, and the responses that participants have to each of the different treatments are compared. Crossover studies can be double-blind, single-blind, or unblinded.

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