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Being a volunteer on one of our clinical trial studies

Participating in a clinical investigation can be a rewarding experience. Here, we give you a rundown of the things you need to know and what to expect should you choose to volunteer with Bioluminux.

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About clinical trials and how they make a difference

If you have ever taken prescription or over-the-counter (OTC) medicines, your life has been touched by clinical research and the contribution of hundreds or thousands of clinical trial participants. Through the important clinical research process, medicines, medical devices, and vaccines are developed for those who need them most.

When you participate in a clinical trial, you will be welcomed by our professional and caring staff who will guide you through the process and help you feel comfortable and appreciated as a research trial participant. You will visit the investigator (doctor) or other members of the study team for health assessments, physical exams, laboratory tests, or other procedures required by the study protocol. It is important to us that you feel confident about being a clinical trial participant.

Make a difference - become a clinical trial participant

  • What is a clinical trial?
    Clinical trials are medical studies that involve testing and investigating medicines on specific conditions. The aim is to ensure the medication is both effective and safe for use.
  • Are clinical trials regulated?
    Yes, all trials must be regulated by the relevant governing bodies by law. This ensures the safety and wellbeing of all persons involved.
  • Will the care I usually receive from my GP be affected?
    No, you can continue to visit your doctor to receive the care you would normally receive, provided the health issues are unrelated to the trial. We'll keep your GP updated on the details of your participation.
  • How do I take part?
    You can register your interest by filling in the form provided. We will then provide you with all the information you require, so that you can make an informed decision. You should also discuss your intention to participate with family members and others close to you.

For further information about becoming a patient in one of our clinical trial studies, please fill in the form below.

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