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What does CCT stand for?

CCT stands for Controlled Clinical Trial

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Compare a statement by yourself: 'RCTs are by no means always reliable or consistent', with a statement by Dr Brom: 'The controlled clinical trial is dependent on three basic criteria: (i) that the two groups being compared are similar; (ii) that the individuals in the groups are representative of the population that one is trying to investigate; and (iii) if either is suspect, the results could be totally wrong and the methodology should not be classified as strictly scientific.
If they are to gain any credibility in a world where evidence-based practice is understood primarily in empirical terms, healing practices such as music therapy, aromatherapy, and imagery must fit into the model of a controlled clinical trial and demonstrate positive effects as defined by a narrow idea of outcomes.
In a large controlled clinical trial (Study 934), adverse events observed in greater than or equal to 5% of patients in the Viread/Emtriva/efavirenz group include dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, fatigue, headache, and rash, sinusitis, depression, insomnia, and abnormal dreams.