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What does 'clinically proven' mean?

Pharmaceutical products undergo extensive clinical trials before reaching the market. These trials establish the effectiveness and safety of the product and are closely controlled to ensure the results are valid. Clinical trials have shown that Regaine® Minoxidil for Women solution stops further hair loss in 4 out 5 cases, and can regrow some hair in […]

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Posted on: February 7, 2008

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Pharmaceutical products undergo extensive clinical trials before reaching the market. These trials establish the effectiveness and safety of the product and are closely controlled to ensure the results are valid.

Clinical trials have shown that Regaine® Minoxidil for Women solution stops further hair loss in 4 out 5 cases, and can regrow some hair in 3 out of 5 women in 32 weeks.
 

Clinical trials explained
Clinical trials are in-depth research studies. Volunteers are recruited to test treatments to discover if they:

produce the desired results
have any side effects
work better than an existing treatment

New drugs usually have to go through a series of trials and can take years before they are approved. If there isn’t a similar treatment on the market, the new drug may be tested against a placebo.

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