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F.A.Q

Hope Research Institute is one of the largest non-institutional research sites in the Southwest. HOPE partners with pharmaceutical and device companies to propel new studies forward. It is vital to have widespread public participation in these exciting studies in order to accelerate potential approval.

 

What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial is a research study that is conducted to
evaluate the safety and efficacy of new treatments, medications, vaccines, and medical devices.


What are the benefits of participating in a clinical trial?

By participating in a clinical trial, you may have the opportunity to receive cutting-edge treatments and medications that may be more effective than standard treatments. Additionally, your participation in a clinical trial can help advance medical research and potentially benefit future patients.


What are the risks of participating in a clinical trial?

Like any medical procedure or treatment, clinical trials carry some risks. These risks may include side effects from the treatment or procedures, and the possibility that the treatment may not be effective. All clinical trials have potential risks, which will be fully explained to you before you decide to participate in the study. However, our team of medical professionals will closely monitor you throughout the study to ensure that you receive the best possible care and that any adverse events are addressed promptly.


How do I know if I am eligible to participate in a clinical trial?

Each clinical trial has its own eligibility criteria, which may include factors such as age, medical history, and
current health status. Our team of medical professionals will evaluate your medical
history and perform a screening process to determine if you are eligible to participate in
the study.

Hope Research Institute is one of the largest non-institutional research sites in the Southwest. HOPE partners with pharmaceutical and device companies to propel new studies forward. It is vital to have widespread public participation in these exciting studies in order to accelerate potential approval.

What should I expect during a clinical trial?

During a clinical trial, you will receive close monitoring by medical professionals, who will perform regular check-ups and assessments to evaluate your response to the treatment. You may also be asked to complete questionnaires or keep a diary to document your experience.


Will I receive compensation for participating in a clinical trial?

Some clinical trials offer compensation for participation, which may include payment for time and travel expenses. Our team will fully explain the compensation and reimbursement policies for
the study before you decide to participate.


How long do clinical trials last?

The length of a clinical trial varies depending on the study. Some studies may last for only a few weeks, while others may last for several years.


Will I be able to continue seeing my regular doctor while participating in a clinical trial?

Yes, you will still be able to see your regular doctor while participating in a clinical trial. However, it is important to communicate with your doctor about your participation in the study.

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