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Without research, there would be no progress in health care. That’s why clinical trials play such an important role in collecting crucial data about new drugs, devices and treatments.
Physicians may recommend patients for clinical trials, or patients may seek out opportunities and volunteer. Regardless, patients typically have common questions about participating.
Patients can expect a thorough discussion and personal evaluation prior to a clinical trial, but here’s some basic information that patients need to know:
Without clinical trials, many of today’s therapies would not exist. Participation in current and future trials will ensure that even more effective therapies will be ready to enhance care for patients in the years ahead.
Click here for a list of the clinical trials currently underway at The Urology Group.
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