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What is recruitment and why is it important in drug development?

Recruitment is the identification and enrollment of participants for a study. Typically, participants must fit certain criteria in order to be recruited for a particular study. During the recruitment process potential participants will go through the process of informed consent, in which they learn more about the study and their rights as study participants. Investigators can recruit within specific communities or the general population through outreach and advertisement.

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