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About Clinical Trials
From the basics to the nitty gritty – learn about how trials are run, how safety is a top priority and how you can be compensated for your time and travel.
Clinical trials allow researchers to discover whether a new treatment is safe and effective to prevent or treat diseases.
To run an authorized trial and mitigate risk, regulators specify a protocol, which outlines how studies work.
You may be provided compensation for your time and willingness to be part of the research process.
Several committees are in place to ensure that clinical trials are ethical and that your health and safety are put first.
How TrialSearch Works with You
- Find a Trial Match
Answer a few questions about yourself and the conditions that you suffer from, and TrialSearch will match you with trials you may pre-qualify for. We provide you with detailed study information for each study, so that you understand all your options.
After evaluating your matches, our medically trained study coordinators will reach out to ask you a series of detailed questions about your condition(s) to see which specific studies you qualify for and may be the best fit for you.
- Study Enrollment
Once qualified, we will connect you directly to the doctor’s office conducting the study. The study team will conduct any further evaluations, coordinate your treatments and care, and provide compensation details. Our study coordinators will keep in touch with you along the way, and are here to answer any question, big or small.
Learn about symptoms, treatment, and trials for…
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What Patients Are Saying
89% of patients would participate in a trial again1. Here are a few experiences that past participants have shared.
1 TrialSearch patient survey, October 2021