What is a clinical research trial?
Did you know that even the bottle of Advil in your medicine cabinet has gone through the process of a clinical research trial?
Clinical trials are the way modern medicine is developed for the next generation. They are also used to explain the causes of various illnesses and to initiate new medical trends. The wealth of information collected in clinical trials assists the medical community on how best to understand, treat and possibly cure medical conditions and diseases.
Participants who meet the trial’s requirements help researchers collect data for future medical developments that the FDA could potentially approve. For example, they could work with a team of experts to try a newly developed drug or treatment and log their experience. During the study, they receive free treatment as well as compensation for their time. Through our partnership with Clinical Research Partners, LLC, VPFW patients are able to participate in clinical research trials under the supervision and care of our own physicians and staff at one of our VPFW offices.
Safe and informative trial care from VPFW physicians and staff
VPFW is dedicated to conducting safe, efficient and patient-centered care throughout the course of each clinical trial. Our certified physicians and staff are committed to answering questions patients may have before, during and after a trial. We want our patients to feel confident and educated about the study should they choose to participate.
Benefits of participating in a clinical research trial
- Free medication that could be beneficial to your medical condition (i.e., treatment for endometriosis or uterine fibroids)
- Study-related care at no cost (i.e., blood-work, physical exams, etc.)
- No medical insurance coverage required
- Compensation for time and travel
- Help the medical community find better medical treatments and help provide hope for many people suffering from illness or disease
Interested in participating in a trial?
If you’d like to participate in a clinical research trial, please complete the form below and we will reach out as studies become available. Thank you for helping to move science forward.