Advancing Medicine: Exciting Outcomes from Phase 3 Clinical Trials

Joan Jack

The primary objective of Phase 3 clinical trials is to compare the effectiveness of the investigational intervention against existing treatments or placebos. Researchers measure various outcomes such as survival rates, disease progression, symptom relief, or quality of life improvements, depending on the therapeutic area and the nature of the condition being studied. By collecting extensive data on these endpoints, the trial aims to provide robust evidence of the drug’s efficacy and safety profile.