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The Drug Trial: Emergency at the Hospital: Docu-drama telling the story of one of the most infamous incidents in recent British medical history. On 13th March 2006, 8 healthy young men took part in a clinical trial for a leukaemia drug that went very wrong.

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Released: February 21, 2017
Runtime: 58 mins
Genres: Documentary Drama
Actors: Adrian Bristow Joe Blakemore Philip Buck

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Posted by warsteiner 1 week ago
+4 | +4 / -0

I think its telling that after this nightmare the drug gets tested anyway in Russia. Shows me the drug companies dont care about anything but profit. Even at 1% they should have been forced into taking it themselves before giving it to poor Russians

Posted by britflix 1 week ago
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Successful tests on monkeys & £2,000 would not entice me to do ANY drug trials. This drug was based on an antibody produced in a mouse. It had to be “humanised (genetic engineered) so a persons immune system would accept it. Apparently the drug that was given, was not the same as the one used in the animal testing. The MRHA have refused to release the document that each volunteer was given. prior to these trials, also they didn't get told that they were being given a drug that was significantly different from almost all existing drugs? WTF..sorry but i'll give any drug trials a miss thank you very much.

Posted by Paladin5150 1 week ago
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Funny how even though they claimed that there was nothing done wrong in the original clinical trial that went pear shaped, that, in subsequent trials they DRASTICALLY reduced both the strength of the drug to 0.1 percent of the original strength and the rate of infusion to 40 times slower. Plus not infusing several patients on the same day but waiting to see if the first one has a adverse reaction before dosing the next one. Common sense, which was lacking in the original trial. Hope dude was WELL compensated for losing his fingertips and part of his feet!

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