A clinical trials is a study that is purposely designed to test the points of interest and threats of a specific therapeutic treatment or intercession, such as new drug or a behaviour change. Clinical trials are one of the final stages of a long and careful research process. The process often begins in a laboratory (lab), where scientists first develop and test new ideas. If an approach seems promising, the next step may involve animal testing. This shows how the approach affects a living body and whether it's harmful. However, an approach that works well in the lab or animals doesn't always work well in people. Thus, research in humans is needed.
Journals related to Clinical drug trials
Journal of Developing Drugs, Drug Designing: Open Access, Journal of Clinical Trials, Contemporary Clinical Trials, International Journal of Clinical Trials, , Open Access Journal of Clinical Trials, Journal of Clinical Trials, PLOS Clinical Trials, Journal of Cancer Clinical Trials, Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, Journal of Clinical Medicine Research, Controlled Clinical Trials