Do your clinical trials include the use of a placebo? - FluCamp

As part of a clinical trial, placebos are administered to some volunteers. It is used to determine the effectiveness of the active drug. We administer the placebo as part of a control subject test to compare against the administered virus.
Dependant on the trial you are taking part in, your placebo may vary. It means that, essentially, you will not receive the virus or drug, although you will still take part in the same trial. You will not be told if you are receiving the placebo (this is important to the trial). You will still be compensated the same, and your participation is just as important.
If you have any questions regarding a placebo or any other queries around our medical trials, then please get in touch with a member of the Flu Camp team.


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