What's the difference?
What is usually considered to be the difference between a volunteer and a patient in a clinical trial?
There is no difference
A patient is someone who is not in the trial but someone who is in the trial is called a volunteer
A patient is someone who is in an interventional trial and a volunteer is someone who is in a non-interventional trial
A patient is someone who has the condition under investigation and a volunteer does not have the condition under investigation
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