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Last Updated Tuesday, October 21 2014
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Double Blind



A procedure in which the subjects, investigators, and sometimes also the data analysts in a clinical trial are not told of the treatment assignments (experimental vs. control). This is done to prevent bias of the results, because neither the investigator nor investigated know what interaction is being conducted in a clinical study.


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