What is a Liver Cancer Clinical Trial?

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What is a liver cancer clinical trial?

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Liver cancer clinical trials are experiments aiming at finding new ways to cure liver cancer.

A clinical trial is a research study conducted in human beings with the goal of answering specific questions about new therapies, vaccines or diagnostic procedures, or new ways of using known treatments. Clinical trials are used to determine whether new drugs, diagnostics or treatments are both safe and effective. Carefully conducted clinical trials are the fastest and safest way to find treatments that help people.
After researchers test investigational new therapies or procedures in the laboratory and in animal studies, those with the most promising possibilities are moved into human clinical trials. Clinical trials are broken down into different phases. During a trial, more and more information is gained about the potential treatment, its risks and how well it may or may not work, along with aspects related to quality of life.

After clinical trials, many new therapies can be found and can save more people’s lives. It is very meaningful.

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