Research evaluating mesothelioma diagnostic approaches and procedures to gauge the effectiveness of new or established methods and look for ways to improve accuracy and timeliness of diagnosing a specific condition.
These studies are conducted in response to the appearance of a condition within a population. Etiological studies attempt to identify primary factors and secondary factors that cause the development of a condition. Some of the characteristics they research are personal susceptibility traits or behaviors, occupational hazards, and environmental factors can lead to development.
Often used for studying medications, these studies test or compare the
effectiveness of both new and established medical treatments. These studies
include comprehensive analysis of participants, before, during, and after
treatment in an effort to draw firm conclusions regarding different therapies.
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