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unblind

(ʌnˈblaɪnd)
adj
archaic not blind
vb (tr)
to rid (someone) of blindness
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Bayer today announced that an Independent Data Monitoring Committee (IDMC) has recommended to unblind a Phase III trial of radium-223 dichloride (radium-223) in combination with abiraterone acetate and prednisone/prednisolone in prostate cancer.
I still remember when the statistician pressed the button to unblind the trial.
Depending on the success of the company's efforts to pursue strategic options for continuing its clinical programs, the company may determine to conclude the study beyond December 31 and unblind the study data at the assessments of the primary efficacy endpoint, i.
Enactment of speculative non-buddhist heuristics enables the Buddhist to unbind and unblind from the coercive yet largely unconscious effects of the charism.
Based on the FDA guidance, the Company will now unblind the trial results after the final follow-up safety visit instead of after the primary efficacy endpoint, as previously planned.
This approach has been used successfully before, but it could be argued that it was too easy for the patient to remove the masking device and potentially unblind the study.
Agennix decided to unblind the data from the trial to examine better these results.
Algeta will stop the phase III ALSYMPCA trial due to statistically significant efficacy, based on the recommendation of an expert committee, and will unblind the study.
As if those Jewish bones called me meydele, said they'd waited for me so long, as if they laid their hands on my eyes to unblind me, and pulled me close to listen as they whispered fragments of their stories, slices of their dreams
Unblind the review process: Chiropractic has reached a point in its scientific maturity where we collectively need to recognize the fact that we have relatively few full-time researchers, and among those who do conduct research, nearly all are aware of what the others are doing.
In a follow up unblind open study, additional men received the same amount of quercetin for one month, but this time quercetin was combined with bromelain and papain, which may enhance its absorption.