Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a clinical trial?

    Clinical trials, also known as research studies, help us find out what works and what doesn’t in medicine. Clinical trials are a team effort between doctors, volunteers and, pharmaceutical companies that seek to discover new treatments and advancements in medicine.

  • Who can participate in research studies?

    Anyone can participate in a research study. Volunteers are an important part in the progress of medicine and scientific discovery.

  • What is informed consent?

    Your well-being is important to us, so we want to make sure that you have all the information you need to make an informed decision on whether to participate in a research study. We discuss the study objectives, risks, and procedures with you and answer all the questions you may have so you can decide if you want to participate.

  • What is expected of you while on a study?

    Although our team will go over study-specific responsibilities with you, there are a few things all study participants should do while on a study. For your safety, you should be honest when discussing your medical history with us.

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