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unblind
 v.— «I know you’re on the research end of things, not economic policy, but if at two years you unblind the study and the drug is having a positive effect, at some point those patients will have to start paying for it themselves, and at current prices it would be prohibitively expensive for many.» —Medical World News Feb. 8, 1988. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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