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Clinical trials look to uncover the causes and treatment methods regarding various medical conditions and diseases. The typical goals of a trial can include understanding prevention, early detection and/or treatment methods. Introductory drugs and combinations of current drugs, or medical procedures may be involved, while ensuring these are safe and effective for humans. Ultimately, these studies help researchers to discover better treatments and offer hope to improving the quality of life for individuals with acute or chronic conditions.

Participation in clinical trials can be for various personal reasons. In many instances, participating individuals are looking to access leading-edge research and treatment methods for conditions that they experience. Other individuals simply want to assist with the identifications and cures so they or a family member may benefit in the future.

Benefits are specific to the individual involved. The common reported benefits are access to specialists, care, and leading-edge treatment innovations.

Entering the participant’s home zip code during the enrollment process allows the Omni Clinical solution to identify both remote trials and those that may be within their local area, usually within 25 miles. In some instance, a trail may take place a further distance. The participant should decide if distance is a key criterion. Note: Some trials may reimburse for additional travel expenses, so this should be asked.

Clinical trials do typically offer compensation to individuals who participate within their trials. Compensations vary by study. Compensation can be set dollar amounts per participant, and/or time and travel expense reimbursements. Most all trials also provided no-cost study-related care (including labs) and medications during the clinical trial period. Specific compensation details are provided to participants prior to being accepted into the trails. Note: Medical insurance is not required to participate.

No. During the clinical trial period, the participant will continue to visit their primary care doctor as normal for health issues not related to the clinical trial. The participant’s primary care doctor will receive updates on the participant’s progress. In some cases, the participant’s doctor many be directly involved with the trial.

In most cases, the clinical trial will not require a participant to stop or replace any of their current medications. In all cases, current medications will be reviewed by the clinical trial staff. Any changes will be discussed with the participant’s prescribing doctor.

Individuals may have several questions regarding the participation in a clinical trial, especially if never having experienced the process previously. Information such as: What is the purpose of the trial? -- How will the clinical trial be conducted? -- What is expected from the participant? -- How long will the trial last? are just a few. Individuals considering participating in trails will have the opportunity to discuss these and other questions with the staff conducting the specific clinical trials.

To learn more about clinical trials and the rights of participants, please visit the National Institutes of Health (NIH) website at https://www.nih.gov and search for "clinical trials".

Clinical trials must adhere to strict rules and regulations established and monitored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). NIH is responsible for biomedical and public health studies, while FDA is responsible for new medications. Clinical staff members associated with the specific trials will discuss the procedures and benefits/risks prior to any participant agreeing to partake within a trial.

Participant personal data is strictly confidential and secure. More information can be found within the Privacy Policy Statement found on this site. In addition, privacy policy statements specific to the individual clinical trial will also be available with the trial.

Each clinical trial can vary depending on the actual study or program, ranging from a few weeks to multiple years. The duration of the specific trial will be discussed as part of the participation enrollment process.

Any individual looking to no longer participate within a trial should always consult with the clinical trials staff and their primary care doctor before leaving.

Each clinical trial ending can vary based on the specific trial. In most all trials, the collected data is reviewed and analyzed by the organizations requesting and conducting the trial. The results are typically published within associated medical journals and other media resources. Study results found to offer safe and effective benefits are often shared as new practices/medications, as appropriate.

New clinical trials are always being announced. Individuals can continue to visit this site on regular basis, entering their local zip code, where appropriate trials will then be displayed. In addition, individuals can receive messages from Omni Clinical auto-notifying them of new available trials matching the participant’s needs.