Before being marketed, a drug undergoes various tests aimed at analyzing its efficacy and tolerance on patients. Developing a new drug represents an investment of approximately one billion euros and requires at least 10 years of work.
In order to collect as much information as possible on the drugs, Biotrial conducts the clinical trials necessary for the future marketing of the product.
Participating in a clinical trial has many advantages. They have their health completely checked and get paid for it. The volunteers, aged 18 to 80, receive financial compensation, allowing them to make ends meet.
Volunteering for a drug test advances medical research. Clinical trials allow progress for medical research and provide a database about drugs and their potential side effects. They are useful when drawing up the instructions for use of the drug, a document which lists, among other things, the possible undesirable effects and the advice necessary for their proper use.