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Develop a question (in English) that you might ask a colleague and enter it into the search box. For example: "Find me phase 2 clinical trials of beta-secretase inhibitors." You can enter patient information, specific disease concepts, drug dosages, etc. In general, the more details you include, the better the search result.
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