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0 20 May 2015

Everyone has heard different stories about clinical trials- some of these are just made up while others are true and in many ways, these can have bearing on your decision on whether to participate. Take a look at some of the myths and facts that you may want to take into consideration: MYTH: Clinical studies aren’t safe. If I sign up, I’d surely be gambling my health. FACT: There are a number of measures in place that help protect the safety of those who participate in these studies- there is careful study design and oversight byvarious institutional review boards. Independent experts periodically monitor study data. Clinical study participants also receive careful &regular medical attention. They are closely observed for any safety concerns. In the course of the study, researchers at Trials and Clinical Researchare also required to inform you of new risks (if any)/side-effects they discover. If you are part of a Phase-III clinical study, you also have the chance to get treated with new medication that is not typically available outside the study. If it’s better than any other regular therapy, you could greatlybenefit from it. MYTH: I should agree to be part of a clinical study only in case my illness or condition has been proven to be impossible to cure/ if there aren’t any other treatment options

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0 27 February 2015
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0 12 February 2015
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