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Exclusion criteria

Exclusion criteria are the standards used to determine whether a person may or may not be allowed to participate in a clinical trial. The most important criteria used to determine appropriateness for clinical trial participation include age, sex, the type and stage of a disease, treatment history, and other medical conditions.

See also

  • Clinical Research Training Clinical Trials Management
  • Careers in Clinical Research
  • Clinical Research Services
  • Clinical Trial Management Companies Listings
  • International Clinical Research Services and Corporate Trainings
  • Clinical Research Abbreviations and Acronyms
  • Clinical Research Glossary /Definitions
  • List of Food and Drugs Regulatory Agencies
  • Clinical Research: Frequently asked questions
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