Uses of Radioisotopes in Medicine

Uses of Radioisotopes in Medicine

Uses of Radioisotopes in Medicine

In general, radioactive substances are thought of as bad for our health. In some cases, radioactivity can lead to severe health effects. While this is true in excess, there are many instances in which radioactivity can benefit our health. In the medical field, radioisotopes are valuable assets to diagnostic and therapeutic needs. Let’s take a more in-depth look at the uses of radioisotopes in medicine.  

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Tips for Recruiting Clinical Trial Participants

Tips for Recruiting Clinical Trial Participants

Clinical trials are essential to medical research. Bringing a new drug to the market largely relies on safe and effective clinical trial results. However, finding willing participants to participate in clinical trials can be challenging. Many patients may find the idea of trying a new drug too risky even to consider taking a substance that is still in the clinical trial phase. Without a large pool of patients willing to take this risk, your drug won’t ever see the market, or you risk receiving varying results. Use these tips for recruiting clinical trial participants to run the best clinical trial possible.

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