- What is clinical research?
Clinical research is a research that involves a specific person or group of people or materials
(behavior or samples of tissue) from humans, which studies mechanisms of human disease.
- What is a clinical trial?
Clinical trial, are generally follow a predefined, well-designed and well-executed protocol and
considered to be biomedical or health-related research studies in human beings. Clinical trial can be
conducted internationally or locally. A clinical trial is one type of clinical research
- Why participate in a clinical trial?
Participants can play an active role in their own health care in clinical research, and can gain a new
research treatment(s) before they are marketed. Participants can also contribute in medical research.
which acts as a gain for society in the long-term.
- Who can participate in a clinical trial?
In Clinical Trial patient with specific underlined disease (by using Inclusion/Exclusion criteria) can
participate and under Investigator’s (Doctor’s) observation he or she can complete the predefined, well-
designed and well-executed protocol.
- What are the benefits of participating in a clinical trial?
Clinical trials that are well-designed and well-executed are the best approach for eligible
Clinical trial patient safety is always a priority. When you participate in a clinical trial, you can
be assured that: