Can animal models of disease reliably inform human studies where
'The value of animal experiments for predicting the effectiveness of treatment strategies in clinical trials has remained controversial, mainly because of a recurrent failure of interventions apparently promising in animal models to translate to the clinic,' say the authors of a new article in which they discuss the controversies and possibilities of translating the results of animal experiments into human clinical trials.
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