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What Are Exclusionary and Inclusionary Clinical Trial Criteria?

What Are Exclusionary and Inclusionary Clinical Trial Criteria?

July 28, 2016
Inclusionary and exclusionary criteria are specific limitations that clinical researchers place on a recruited study population. Researchers may screen and select specific participants in order to isolate variables...
The Science Behind Kidney Disease Prevention

The Science Behind Kidney Disease Prevention

July 22, 2016
Nearly 1 in 3 Americans are at risk for developing kidney disease, but many are not aware. Kidney damage can go unnoticed for years until chronic symptoms arise. Kidney damage is frequently caused by commonly...
Five Tips For New Clinical Trial Participants

Five Tips For New Clinical Trial Participants

June 30, 2016
Clinical trial data helps researchers create new treatments and facilitates innovations in the field of medicine. These studies rely heavily on volunteers, and the data that researchers collect from study...
Who Are Clinical Trial Sponsors?

Who Are Clinical Trial Sponsors?

June 24, 2016
Sponsors play an important role in determining the viability of a clinical study. They oversee the overall study design, facilitate funding sources and develop beneficial procedures to help guide the study towards...
How do researchers know if a clinical study is a success?

How do researchers know if a clinical study is a success?

May 31, 2016
Clinical trials help researchers compare and contrast medications, which leads to better outcomes for patients across the country. The main objective of a researcher is to collect data to establish the effects of...
The Four Phases of Clinical Research

The Four Phases of Clinical Research

May 19, 2016
Clinical trials are comprised of a series of phases, focused on comprehensively investigating an experimental treatment or medication’s side effects, effectiveness and safety. All medications or treatments must...
What do clinical researchers do?

What do clinical researchers do?

April 29, 2016
Millions of Americans depend on medical devices and medications every day, and while they may not be fully aware of the connection, clinical trials have directly contributed to their health and wellbeing. The...
What is the meaning of informed consent?

What is the meaning of informed consent?

April 22, 2016
For those who are new the clinical trials, the process begins with verifying the individual eligibility, discussing the volunteer experience and establishing consent for participation. The Informed Consent form is...
The Latest Clinical Trial Innovations & Technologies

The Latest Clinical Trial Innovations & Technologies

April 1, 2016
Clinical researchers serve the public in many different ways; they improve treatment options available to millions of Americans by enhancing medication efficacy, they generate significant scientific data, and they...
How Do Clinical Trials Work?

How Do Clinical Trials Work?

March 16, 2016
Every day, thousands of volunteers participate in clinical trials across the country. In 2016 alone, 210,314 clinical studies are currently in progress, across all 50 states and in 192 countries. The data obtained...
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