placebo-controlled

placebo-controlled

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A placebo-controlled trial or study is one in which the effect of a drug is compared with the effect of a placebo. In placebo-controlled trials, participants receive either the drug being studied or a placebo. The results of the drug group and the placebo group are then compared to see if the drug is more effective in treating the condition than is the placebo.

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