BMC Medical Ethics 16 (1):2 (2015)

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Randomised clinical trials involve procedures such as randomisation, blinding, and placebo use, which are not part of standard medical care. Patients asked to participate in RCTs often experience difficulties in understanding the meaning of these and their justification
Keywords Clinical trials  Placebo  Randomisation  Ethics  Justification
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