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double-blind in Medicine topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdouble-blindˌdouble-ˈblind adjective technical  HMa double-blind scientific test or study compares two groups in which neither the scientists nor the people being studied know which group is being tested and which group is not
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double-blindOne study did not use a double-blind design and was therefore excluded from the analysis.Convincing them otherwise would take double-blind trials and a plausible explanation of how the sensitivity might arise.To eliminate this, as in double-blind trials, would in many cases render the therapy impotent.