PLACEBO EFFECT | HIV Glossary | SIDE by SIDE: Ending HIV Together

PLACEBO EFFECT

A commonly observed phenomenon, in which patients given a placebo have better clinical results than patients given no treatment at all (even though there is no active drug in a placebo). This may be because patients expect to get better because they think they are receiving an effective treatment.

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