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New Inclusion Policy in Clinical Research: Effective way to include all Ages

Updated: 22 March 2019

Newer challenges related with recruitment planning and study design will be set to the industries involved in clinical trials with the expansion of inclusion policy.

Potential participants can search for ongoing trials on the official website,clinicaltrials.gov. Individuals from different races, ages, and gender and ethnic groups are encouraged to participate in clinical trials. There must be a scientific reason if any specific age group, race, gender is not included in the study.

It has been observed that aged individuals are more susceptible to severe and adverse effects thus the drugs for aged patients must be tested on similar subjects during clinical trials. It helps in reduction of critical gaps observed during current trials which generally excludes children and elder patients. Moreover, study is being conducted on healthy individuals rather than on diseased individuals.