What is a clinical trial?
How do they work?
Safety is still being evaluated in this phase. Phase III the study is gathering more information about the safety and effectiveness by studying different types of populations, different diseases and using different drug combinations. Phase VI is after the FDA has approved the drug for market. The FDA requires additional studies on the drug for safety, efficacies and optimal use.
If you would like any additional information regarding clinical research or any of our clinical trials, please feel free to contact any of our study coordinators.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- How long will the trial last?
- Where is the trial being conducted?
- What treatments will be used and how?
- What is the main purpose of the trial?
- How will patient safety be monitored?
- Are there any risks involved?
- What are the possible benefits?
- What are the alternative treatments besides the one being tested?
- Who is sponsoring the trial?
- Do I have to pay for any part of the trial What happens if I am harmed by the trial?
- Can I opt to remain on this treatment, even after the termination of the trial?