What you need to know
- Clinical trials are scientific research studies intended to discover better ways to treat or
- Doctors use clinical trials to understand the safety and effectiveness of new treatments in patients. Such studies are vital to the development of new treatments for diseases such as cancer. Our goal is the participant make an informed decision about participating in a clinical trial and to help the individual understand the clinical trial process.
- Our goal is the participant make an informed decision about participating in a clinical trial and to help the individual understand the clinical trial process.
- All clinical trials are voluntary. Participants always have the right to choose whether or not to take part in a clinical trial. The level of care the patient receives should not be affected by this decision. The patient has the right to leave a clinical trial at any time, for any reason. If the subject decides to leave, the health care team may ask that the participant to continue to be monitored for a period of time to look for any long-term effects of treatment.
How can I get involved in a clinical trial?
Choosing to participate in a clinical trial is an important personal decision.
Who can participate in a clinical trial?
All clinical trials have guidelines about who can participate. These criteria are based on such factors as age, gender, the type and stage of a disease, previous treatment history, and other medical conditions. Before joining a clinical trial, a participant must qualify for the study
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