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The Future of Medical Trials

For many patients, a diagnosis of serious illness is followed by a critical question: Do you want to participate in a clinical trial for a new treatment? Drugs and vaccines go through extensive testing before they enter widespread medical use, including trials on human subjects. But those trials can present tough practical and ethical choices for patients and researchers. Kojo explores the future of medical trials.

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