Retrospective Study

A retrospective study looks to the history and raises research questions about a group of subjects who have already participated in a treatment/trial/disease in the past. For example, checking the presence of mutation in the נןbiopsy of people who have participated in a clinical trial in the past. Biopsy samples are already in the hospital and there is no need to take new blood. The research is carried out on existing samples but asks new research questions

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