Clinical research consists of planned studies that are designed to answer specific questions. These studies are a primary way that researchers can figure out whether a new drug, medical device, diet, or behavioral treatment is safe and effective for the people it is meant to treat.
One benefit of a clinical study is that you may receive early access to a new drug, medical device, diet or behavioral treatment. You may learn more about your disease or condition, and work with leading medical professionals to manage it. Another benefit is that you are ultimately making a significant contribution to the advancement of medicine. These advancements will benefit many other people for years to come.
Deciding to participate in a clinical study is a big deal. Although there are significant benefits, there is a time commitment and there may be other requirements depending on the specific study. Still, clinical studies often provide more advantages than disadvantages. If you’re on the fence about trial participation, consider the following reasons to join:
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