What Can A Volunteer Expect During A Clinical Trial?MarketingInsights2021-07-07T14:03:34+00:00
What Should a Volunteer Expect Before and During Clinical Trial Participation?
We will answer all your questions, and upon you request, we will discuss it with your partner, family members, and/or your doctors. All our physicians overseeing protocol conduction are board certified and our study staff is highly experienced and well trained.
You and your safety are our #1 priority
Your doctor will NEVER recommend participation in a protocol that will not be on your BEST interest
Participating in research is 100% voluntary. You can withdraw at any time.
No discriminations on the bases of age, race, sexual orientation, gender identification, or financial income.
Study participation is strictly confidential (tests and procedures results do not have your personal information)
Access to free medications, labs, and other special tests usually not covered by insurance companies. There is no cost to you to participate.
Stipend or compensation for time and or transportation is usually provided
The length of the protocol visits is variable for each study (usually from 15 minutes to 1 hour)
Early, flexible, convenient and timely appointments available (average waiting time for a research visit appointments is less than 5 minutes)
Protocol visits are mostly conducted on 3rd floor, while our medical clinic is located on the 2nd floor)