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WHAT IS CLINICAL RESEARCH
Clinical Research is the study of an investigational drug or treatment to determine its safety and effectiveness in the treatment of a given medical condition. By participating in clinical research, you can help scientists develop new medications and other strategies to treat and prevent disease. Many effective treatments that are used today, such as cholesterol-lowering drugs, migraine medications, vaccines, and cosmetic injectables, just to name a few, would not exist without research participants. Whether you’re healthy or have a medical condition, people of all ages and backgrounds can participate in clinical trials. These trials are the primary way that researchers determine if a new form of treatment or prevention, such as a new drug, diet, or medical device (for example, a pacemaker), is safe and effective in people. Often, a clinical trial is designed to learn if a new treatment is more effective or has less harmful side effects than existing treatments. Here at Houston Center for Clinical Research we only offer studies that have been previously tested (Phase 2-4) and therefore deemed safe and reasonably effective by the FDA.
Benefits of participating in Clinical Research:
Free access to new treatments that are not yet offered on the market
Medically guided care under close supervision of a medical doctor and team
Participation is at NO COST to you. No insurance required.
Direct contribution to the growth and advancement of medicine!
Once qualified to participate, all trials offer reimbursement for your time and travel.
Can I participate in a Clinical Trial?
Absolutely! Take a look at our Current Studies and call us at 832-929-6221. Our team at the Houston Center for Clinical Research takes care to notify you of any known risks related to the study prior to your enrollment.
How do I sign up?
If you are or know anybody interested in learning more about the studies we are currently offering, please click our Medical Form section, fill out with your information then submit. We will reach out to you immediately after.
Partial Source Credit: https://www.nia.nih.gov/health/what-are-clinical-trials-and-studies
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