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From the lab to the clinic

Posted on: Monday, January 18, 2016 by Nicola George
Research to develop medicines usually starts in the laboratory using isolated cells or aNicola Robas imagenimal models, but before a new medicine can be made available to the public it has to be tested in clinical trials in people to make sure it really is safe for people to use and will be an effective treatment. Nicola Robas from our Biomedical Research team gives us an update on some of the clinical trials being carried out in 2016 to test potential new medicines to treat hearing loss and tinnitus.

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