Clinical Case Studies on Rare Diseases

clinical test is an experimentation designed to determine various scientific and consequence aspects of proposed treatment. It is important to remember that there is no guarantee a proposed treatment will be effective. Families should be prepared to balance the hope of participating in a clinical trial with the understanding that the therapy may not be optimal and could result in a serious negative outcome. Since some rare diseases can progress quickly, families often are willing to participate in risky, unknown treatments. Before agreeing to participate, everyone involved should fully understand these risks by carefully reading the consent documents and asking questions of the trial investigators. Most clinical trials related to treatments of rare diseases goes through 3 major phases.

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