FAQs

Embarking on the journey of participating in a clinical trial can be a daunting prospect, and it's natural to have questions and seek clarity about what possibly lies ahead.

Whether you're here out of curiosity, seeking options for treatment, or considering participation in a trial, we're here to provide the clarity and support you need.


A clinical trial is a research study designed to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of new treatments, interventions, or tests. These studies help determine whether a new drug, therapy, or strategy works and is safe for people.

Participating in a clinical trial offers the opportunity to contribute to medical research that could improve health care for future generations. Participants may also gain access to new treatments before they are widely available and receive close medical supervision from the research team.

Eligibility varies depending on the specific study. Most trials have criteria that must be met, including age, gender, type and stage of a disease, previous treatment history, and other medical conditions. The research team will evaluate your eligibility based on these criteria.

Benefits may include access to new treatments and close monitoring by a healthcare team. Risks could include potential side effects from the treatment, the treatment may not be effective, and the trial may require more time and attention than standard treatment.

Patient rights and safety in clinical trials are rigorously protected by a comprehensive framework of regulations and guidelines designed to ensure your safety, rights, and well-being throughout the research process.

Participants can expect to undergo a screening process, receive specific instructions for participating, and attend regular monitoring and follow-up appointments. The trial protocol will detail the treatments, tests, and procedures that participants will undergo.

Compensation varies by trial. Some studies offer compensation for time and travel, while others do not. This information will be provided before you agree to participate.

Participation in a clinical trial is voluntary, and you can leave at any time for any reason. However, it's important to notify the research team and discuss how to safely exit the study.

Clinical trials follow strict guidelines on patient confidentiality and data protection. Personal information is kept confidential and is not disclosed without your consent.

A placebo is a substance or treatment with no therapeutic effect, often used as a control in clinical trials to test the effectiveness of new treatments. The use of placebos allows researchers to isolate the psychological and physiological effects of the treatment from the actual pharmacological effects of the active drug.

"Informed consent" is a fundamental principle and process in both clinical research and medical practice, ensuring that individuals are fully informed about and voluntarily agree to participate in a clinical trial or undergo a medical procedure. It is both an ethical and legal requirement designed to protect participants' rights and autonomy.

The informed consent process is continuous, not a one-time event. It involves ongoing communication between the patient and the research team. Patients should be updated about any new information that may affect their willingness to continue in the trial or procedure.

Have More Questions? Let's Talk!

If you have specific concerns that weren't addressed in our FAQ section, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're here to provide you with the additional information you seek or to engage in an informal, no-obligation chat about your potential participation in a clinical trial.

Our team of friendly and knowledgeable experts is dedicated to supporting you through every step of your journey, ensuring you feel confident and informed in your decisions. Whether you prefer a phone call, an email, or a face-to-face meeting, we're ready to connect and answer all your questions. Your journey into clinical trials is important to us, and we're here to make it as smooth and understandable as possible.

Contact us today and let's explore how we can assist you together.