Clinical trials are programs designed to determine if new medications are safe and effective for alleviating symptoms of a particular condition. Clinical trails contribute to the discovery of new treatments and allow participants to have access to new research medications before they are on the market.
Clinical trials offer free treatments to novel and ground breaking medications.
Every trial has different criteria that includes age, type of condition, and general health.
Participants are reimbursed for their travel.
Clinical trials are overseen by IRB (Institutional Review Boards) which are made up of doctors, health care providers and community leaders who are not effected or have stake in a study’s result. The IRB exists to protect clinical research participants so that they are not exposed to unnecessary risks.
The HIPAA ( Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Policy protects all patient information and ensures that participation in clinical trials is confidential.