What Is Clinical Relevance? - Well Controlled Experiments in Normal Animals as Compared to Clinical Studies in Diverse Sick Patients
There has been recent emphasis on performing animal studies that are clinically relevant. It has been said that some of the clinical trials of so-called “magic bullets” may not have been carried out if appropriate or relevant trials had been carried out beforehand in animals. Evidence-based or critical appraisal animal research has also been described . This is an incredible expression because — what is research if it isn’t to provide evidence? It is now recommended also that we should practice evidence-based medicine .
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