from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of, or relating to investigating, or to an investigation.
- adj. of, or relating to an unapproved drug or chemical entity being studied.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of investigation.
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Long-term investigational trials indicate that consistent use of the cannabis-based medicine may also slow the progression of the disease.
Charles River's reputation is world-renowned for their conduct of studies using radiolabelled investigational products.
Merrell gave the drug to more than 1,000 U.S. physicians to distribute to 20,000 patients as part of an "investigational" trial.
Previously, Judge Sullivan had agreed with plaintiffs, soldiers who remain anonymous, that this vaccine was in fact "investigational," and was being administered to troops, for an "unapproved purpose."
After you've spent years shouting at the government, participating in flawed Congressional hearings, writing junky "investigational" books and reports, ginning up gigantic legal claims that cost the courts, the public, and the drug companies hundreds of millions of dollars, and spreading unfounded slander against government scientists on the Web, it's pretty darn hard to step back and say, "Whoops, I was wrong."
The drug company gave 1.200 American doctors 2.5 million tablets on an "investigational" basis.
'investigational' classifications of XLIF may further pressure the stock ...
"It is disconcerting enough to prepare for this kind of surgery without being told a few days before that it is cancelled because Blue Cross deems it 'investigational'.
Roche recently formed a partnership with Merck & Co. to focus on diagnostic tests to help identify and monitor patients who might benefit from investigational cancer treatments.
You mention depositions but not investigational hearings.
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