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What do you think about Clinical Trials?

I remember like 2 months ago Apex Institute, was doing a trial on a plague Virus, and The DOD was also involved as well, and they said they would pay me $1500 for 9 shots of there vaccine to see how I respond to it, so I kinda wanted to the money but opted out, cause obviously if there are side effects in the future you cant sue them on your disclosure form. What's your take on Clinical Trials, would you be a Guinea Pig for a vaccine or experiment. Obviously there are alot of good clinical trials, dealing with Diabetes, Cancer, and pain, but this is weird.

Asked By: - 11/19/2010
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Start researching at the National Vaccine Information Centre. You will find that vaccination has really NO scientific evidence to back it up and damages your own immune system, making you more susceptible to chronic disease later in life. The drug companies have lately been caught with their pants down through inside... More
Answered By: thenoseknows - 11/19/2010
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no...tell them to stick it up they butt and they can come back and tell you if they have any side effects?? that would be awesome to see if they DO get some effects!
Answered By: Nathaniel A - 11/19/2010
 
Drugs are rigorously tested before they even go on to human testing. Serious side effects are fairly rare. Such trials are important... More
Answered By: Rhianna does Medicine Year 1 - 11/19/2010
 
I think it's the best system available, until a better one comes along. Nosey, I think you mean "National Anti-Vaccine Information Centre" You could also go with "National Vaccine Misinformation Centre" Hi Rhianna!
Answered By: Nate - 11/19/2010
 
It think clinical trials with proper controls are important tools for verifying what preclinical tests etc. suggest.We can't rely on personal beliefs/experiences alone as ways to determine what have real effects or not.
Answered By: JLI - 11/19/2010
 
I had one experience with Hilltop Research. They asked us to list all our allergies but paid no attention to them. The gave us back patches for sunscreen remedies. Even though I and several other women listed ASA (Aspirin) as an allergy, they gave us patches with ASA. To this day, 30 years later, my back itches... More
Answered By: biogardener - 11/19/2010
 
They are necessary. How else do you determine if something actually works... More
Answered By: Weise Ente - 11/19/2010
 
Remember clinical trials can go wrong... More
Answered By: Nitram - 11/19/2010
 
I think they are absolutely necessary - we might be similar to pigs (generally the animals that are experimented on before trials reach the human stage) - but not similar enough... More
Answered By: Tink - 11/19/2010
 
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