What is a Clinical Study?

In a clinical study volunteers receive investigational medical treatment. These treatments may be medical products, such as drugs or devices, procedures, or changes to the volunteer’s behavior. Clinical studies are designed to add to medical knowledge related to the treatment, diagnosis, and prevention of diseases or conditions.

Trained physicians and research professionals work together with volunteers to discover the efficacy of these medical treatments.
 
 
Clinical studies can offer new cutting edge treatment options at no cost to the participant. In fact, volunteers will be compensated for time, effort, and travel expenses.
 
Clinical studies lay the foundation for the development and approval of breakthrough medical treatments that can be effective for diverse population groups.

Of course, the overriding principle of clinical research is safety and patient respect.

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Why Participate in a Clinical Study?

Taking part in a clinical trial can confer many benefits to volunteers and the

community. Volunteers will have a reduced wait before they see the doctor,

access to cutting edge diagnostic tools, no cost out of pocket, and possible

access to investigational medications or treatments before they are widely

available. Through clinical trials, volunteers and researchers improve and

carefully analyze medical treatments for the benefit of the community.

Clinical trials provide the basis for the development and marketing of new

drugs, biological products and medical devices.