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Christie Clinic Department of Clinical research conducts scientific investigations that involves studying the safety and effectiveness of medical treatments, interventions, and therapies in humans. It typically involves the use of volunteers who have a particular medical condition or are at risk of developing one. Clinical research is conducted in several phases, with each phase designed to answer specific questions about the safety, efficacy, and optimal use of the treatment being studied. The overall goal of Christie Clinic Department of clinical research is to improve medical knowledge and find new ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat diseases and medical conditions.