Let’s Break Down What Clinical Trials Are
Research studies involving people that are evaluated when introduced to a certain medical or behavioral intervention by medical or technology professionals.
Clinical trials are how researchers test the safety and efficacy of new treatments before they go to market. Researchers spend years working with different groups of people and the treatment making sure that no stone is left unturned. An administration that handles approval of medications and therapies is operating alongside the trial through the entire process.
Before the FDA can approve a trial to start, many lab tests and studies are done to test the safety and effectiveness of the trial. That is when the 4 stages of trials can start.
Participation is vital to making new discoveries and furthering medical knowledge.
That’s where we come in. We match participants with the right trials.
The first phase after the approval for trials focuses mainly on safety. Researchers use new treatment on healthy adults to look for any possible side effects.
A larger group of volunteers living with a certain condition the treatment in question is looking to help, assist in checking the effectiveness of the treatment.
The largest and most diverse group of volunteers participate in this phase to check the treatment in different populations of people and, if needed, possible dosage before government board approval.
This is the stage of trials that occurs after the government board approval, where the efficacy and safety are continuously monitored in diverse and large populations of people in the market over a longer period of time.
participation is cool
There’s also some pretty awesome perks
Access To New Treatment Methods
Help Further Scientific Knowledge
Occasional Compensation For Participation
Take An Active Role In The World Of Health Care
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