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A clinical trial design in which neither the participant individuals nor the study staff knows which participants are receiving the experimental drug and which are receiving a placebo (or another therapy). Double-blind trials are thought to produce objective results , since the expectations of the doctor and the participant about the experimental drug do not affect the outcome; also called double-masked study.
Publication Source: ISPE Good Practice Guide: Comparator Management
Publication Date: 2012
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