Double Blind Study | Keeping Clinical Trials Honest

A double blind study is a study or experiment that is specifically designed to prevent fraudulent results for whatever reason.

The premise is that both the administrators of and patients enrolled in a study have no idea what treatment or substance is being administered to what group. They are both in the blind.

The problem with this rational is that people administering a study often have a close connection with the study, and in fact typically have access to documentation

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