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Clinical Significance

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In clinical trials, the clinical significance is how well a treatment effect is working. For example, a drug might be said to have a high clinical significance if it is having a positive, measurable effect on a person’s daily activities.

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Clinical Significance was last modified: September 10th, 2018 by Stephanie