Quiz: 5 myths about clinical trials. Or are they facts?

Clinical trials can provide free medical care. They can give you access to treatments before they hit the market. Clinical trials, also called studies, are also important for the future of psoriatic disease research. Getting free care plus advancing science – it’s a win-win. Take this quiz to learn how clinical trials work. 

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