Randomized controlled trials
Randomized controlled trials are clinical trials in which at least two interventions — the test treatment and a control treatment — are simultaneously evaluated in two or more arms of the trial, with enrolment into each arm determined by a random process that ensures freedom from bias. They have been the gold-standard of clinical trials for decades.
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