Re: Investigative versus Investigational
I am writing a report for a company. I realized that both "investigative"
and "investigational" are adjectives on http://www.dictionary.com with no
examples provided for "investigational." I will appreciate if the correct
usage can be pointed out to me...
The investigation report covers diagnosis, treatment options, clinical trials, investigational studies and current educational programs.
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