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What is an experimental group?

An experimental group is a group of participants who participate in the clinical study and are exposed to an experiment/intervention. The opposite of the experimental group is the control group, which is not exposed to an experiment.

The experimental group is selected in several ways and can consist of patients who have previously been treated on the same ward that tests the study drug, or it may consist of patients, whose treatment results are described in medical literature.

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