How it works
Clinical trials are often conducted by the same physicians and healthcare professionals who treat people. Their goal is to find better ways of looking after patients and keeping people healthy. However, there is a disproportionate number of doctors conducting trials, compared to patients who could benefit from participating in clinical research, thereby creating a gap. Our aim is to bridge this gap so that treatment, care and patients’ quality of life are improved and avoidable early deaths may be prevented.
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Clinical Trial FAQs
A clinical trial is a research study that is the means to developing new treatments and medications for diseases and conditions. They are conducted by physicians and scientists who work collaboratively to establish the safety and efficacy of these therapies for preventing, diagnosing or treating the disease or its symptoms. It may involve patients or healthy people, or both.