FAQ

For many of us, the idea of joining a clinical research study may be exciting, yet unfamiliar. Choosing to participate in a clinical research study is an important personal decision. It is often helpful to talk with your physician, family members or friends before deciding to participate in a research study. Questions that can arise in the process of deciding on joining a study may include:

Before a pharmaceutical company can bring a new drug to market the investigational drug must be tested in several clinical research studies. A clinical research study is carefully designed to test the safety, effectiveness, and side effects of an investigational medication on a group of volunteers.

Clinical research studies are regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and closely monitored by an independent review board and sponsoring pharmaceutical company. Clinical research studies are an important step in making new medications available.

Renstar Medical Research is currently conducting trials with local area physicians …

Please call (352) 629-5800 and speak with one of our Patient Recruitment Specialists to learn more information and find out if you qualify for participation.

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