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By taking part in a Clinical Study you can help in the development of new medicines that will save lives, you may also be reimbursed for giving up your time and any expenses that you may incur taking part in any medical trial.

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When an investigator or company contact you to discuss taking part in any clinical study please remember that your safety is paramount and you should ensure that you are aware of all the information about the study before taking part and that you ask questions of the doctors and medical professionals involved. The Clinical Trials industry is heavily regulated and the standards of care that you will receive from reputable organizations will be very high. They are trained and willing to answer any questions that you have.

Because your safety is their primary concern, you should stay under their care throughout the study which may sometimes include overnight stays.

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