If you’re interested in taking part in a clinical trial, you would make an appointment by selecting the link below. That will allow us to give you more information on the clinical trial, the background and purpose of this research. We will answer any questions or concerns you might have so you can make the best decision for you.
After all of your questions have been answered and you’re still interested, you would carefully read and sign an Informed Consent Form. This document outlines everything that will happen in the trial, along with the potential risks and benefits. After this, you will have your medical history sent to the research team and schedule an appointment with the clinical research team to have a screening visit. At the screening visit you will be examined by a doctor to make sure you are healthy enough and meet other requirements to participate. This assessment can include basic measurements like height and weight, blood tests, urine samples, electrocardiograms (ECG), radiographs (XRAY), etc. and other tests we might need to understand your current health to make sure it meets the study criteria to enter. This is called the “Screening Period” and usually takes place a few weeks before the study drug can be started.
It may take a few weeks for your test results to come back, and after all the tests have been reviewed by your study doctor it will be determined if you can continue the clinical trial. If you qualify, you would be offered a place on the trial.