What is a Clinical Research Study?
A clinical research trial is led by an experienced medical staff that tests a study drug or medical device in volunteers who are participating in a study. These tests are used to see if the study drug or device is safe and effective for people to use. Each clinical trial follows a protocol, which sets guidelines that the study must comply with. It gives details about the number of patients allowed in the trial, the schedule of tests and procedures, and the duration of the study. All clinical research trials adhere to strict rules and guidelines, which are set by the Food and Drug Administration. For more information please visit this link https://www.alzu.org/trials/