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You can help advance medical research by volunteering in clinical trials conducted by Biotrial. By volunteering for medical research, you add to the medical knowledge associated with preventing diseases and other conditions. With your participation, you help explore and identify different ways to improve the quality of life of many individuals around the world who are hoping to find a new treatment.
Our current studies are looking for healthy men and women aged 18 to 85 to test new therapies (drugs, medical devices, e-health products, etc.). The goal is to evaluate the safety of a new drug on healthy volunteers before it proceeds to further clinical studies with patients.
Clinical tests on healthy volunteers are compensated from a few hundreds to several thousands of dollars. As a volunteer for research studies, you will get paid for your time and travel. The amount of financial compensation is determined by several factors, including the length of the in-patient stay and the number of ambulatory visits required.
Clinical studies are, of course, carried out after a complete medical examination and is subject to a favorable opinion of the physician who leads the clinical trial at the study site.
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