What happens if I decide to quit the clinical trial?

Participation in our clinical trials is completely voluntary. You are free to leave a clinical trial at any time and for any reason. Should you decide to leave the study, kindly inform the Principal Investigator (study doctor) so you can end your participation in the safest way.
The study doctor also has the right to discontinue your participation at any time for reasons that involve your safety or if you no longer meet the requirements of the study.
Your informed consent document provides more details about what to expect when your participation in the study ends.

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