Frequently Asked Questions
Are clinical trials safe?
Every clinical trial must be approved and monitored by an Institutional Review Board to make sure the risks are as low as possible and are worth any potential benefits.
This review includes doctors, nurses, statisticians, and others who make sure that each clinical trial is ethical and that your rights are protected. All institutions that support biomedical research must have an IRB that approves and periodically reviews the research to ensure your safety.
When the trial is approved, the organizers of the study must follow a protocol that describes exactly what will happen during the study.
One of the most important reasons that motivates us to do what we do is that we want to collaborate in the cure of diseases such as diabetes, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s disease or HIV. Each of our investigations focuses on being able to treat better some of these pathologies or hundreds of others that even today escape from the eye of medical advances. Your collaboration and our technology can make a difference.
What to expect the first time?
We want you to feel well assisted and in state-of-the-art facilities, that’s why we take care of every detail. You will be attended by professionals who will give you all the details and will answer all the doubts you may have.
The first thing is a call and an interview agreed with a specific day and time. If you are coming to our facilities for tests or procedures, we will ask you to come after having a good breakfast, but not including caffeine in your diet at least for 24 hours before.
What requirements do I need to participate in paid medical tests?
You just need to be a citizen. Be older than 18 years-old. Weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general physical and mental health.
What benefits do I get?
We are known for being a company with extensive experience that cares for both the quality and the safety of each person who works with us. The main benefit has to do with being able to take care of your health while helping to heal others.
Are these medical tests safe?
Yes. We have strict security protocols for all people who are attended by expert professionals who know how to do their jobs. We care about giving you all the necessary information before you make a decision. We will help you to get rid of all the doubts you may have.
What kinds of studies do they carry out?
Most of our studies are in the branches related to allergies, immune diseases, gastroenterology, dermatology, urology, pediatrics, obesity, neurology and other fields where we carry out research on protocols, methods and innovative medicines.
What is informed consent?
Informed consent is the process of learning about the clinical trial before you decide to take part in it. The research team must explain to you the trial’s purpose, how long it will take, all potential risks and benefits, and information of your medical records, always under privacy.
If you want to participate, you will sign a consent form that details all of the information that has been discussed with the research team. Even if you sign the consent, you can decide to leave the trial whenever you want to.