Clinical trials play an important role as we help advance medicine. Get answers to your most common questions here.
The studies conducted at our clinics require that you are at least 18 years old. Medical eligibility requirements vary with each clinical study.
For each clinical trial to provide the level of information needed to understand how a new medicine works, volunteers can only take part in one study at a time, usually with three months in between the end of one trial and the start of another. After that, you’re free to apply for another study.
If you are on medication, your eligibility will depend on what medication you are taking and the clinical study design, which varies from study to study.
If you have questions about your eligibility for a trial, please contact our recruitment team and they can discuss which clinical studies will work for you.
If you are interested in participating in a specific study any potential risks will be explained to you before you give your consent to participate. You will also be able to discuss any concerns you may have with a member of our medical team.
There are plenty of urban myths about what happens on a clinical research study. These are just that: myths. Your safety is our number one priority. Drug development is highly regulated with strict safety and ethical guidelines and we take those regulations very seriously.