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ELPIDA SCIENCES

CLINICAL TRIALS

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Trial Participant

Clinical trials improve our understanding of diseases and how they affect different people and allow us to try out innovative and more effective ways to treat them. To be able to run clinical studies, we need you – volunteers who will join us on the journey and help us bring new hope to patients with existing illnesses and conditions.

 

At Elpida Sciences, our volunteers are at the heart of everything we do. We want you to have a good experience with us and to benefit from the treatments you are trying. Our patient-centric approach ensures our volunteers are kept safe and comfortable while in our care. You are in good hands.

Our trials are fully regulated by the authorities, including local research ethic committees, and you’ll be treated at our brand-new practice centre in Cheshire.

 

Without you, innovation is impossible.

 

Here are just a few of the benefits of joining a clinical study:

  • You will have access to innovative, ground-breaking treatments

  • You will receive expert care and support from our medical team for the duration of your trial

  • If you have an existing condition or illness, it could be improved

  • We will share your trial results with you (and your GP, if you wish), so you can see how you are progressing at any time

  • Trials are completely voluntary - you are free to leave whenever you want

  • Many of our sponsors offer financial compensation for your time spent on a trial

  • It feels good to know you are helping develop the medicines of the future, which could make a real difference to other people’s lives

 

If you are interested in finding out more about how participating in a clinical trial today could provide someone with hope for a brighter tomorrow, please complete our online application form. We’ll give you a call back for a pre-screening chat, and if you are suitable to join a trial, we’ll progress you to the full screening process.

 

Got questions? Please visit our volunteer FAQ page for answers to the most common questions or contact us to find out more.

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