What Is A Clinical Trial?

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What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial is a research study in which research participants receive an investigatory treatment under the supervision of a physician and other research professionals. The treatments are developed by pharmaceutical companies, who then select qualified physicians to serve as investigators to conduct the trial to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the treatment.

Why Participate?

Participants in a clinical research trial play a more active role in their health care, gain access to new research treatments before they are widely available, and help others by contributing to medical research.

Who Can Participate?

Clinical trials have guidelines unique to each trial about who can participate; using inclusion/exclusion criteria to identify appropriate participants and keep them safe. The criteria ensure that researchers will be able to answer the questions they plan to study. Inclusion and exclusion criteria are based on factors such as age, gender, type of disease, previous conditions and other medical conditions.


The facts about participating in clinical research and our ongoing studies:

First and foremost your safety is our top priority. Participating in clinical research gives you access to the latest medical and scientific innovations in medicine as well as compensate the participant(s) for time and travel. Most importantly, you are advancing medical science by contributing to the development of vital new medicines and paving the way for these new medicines to reach the market.

Please let us know if you are interested in participating in a research study. Study participants receive medical care, lab tests, and study medication at no cost.