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Welcome to Clinical Research Specialists
Our research team is composed of medical professionals with over 40 years of clinical research experience. We believe that by providing disease-specific education, monitoring, and support, every volunteer will leave a clinical research trial with a better understanding of how to manage their illness.
Clinical Research Specialists, LLC, understands how important clinical trials are to our patients and our sponsors. We extend our services to research patients, sponsors, physicians and CROs. We are committed to exceeding our enrollment goals.
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Doing Your Part Today For A Better Tomorrow
What is clinical research?
Clinical research is the process of determining whether a medication, device, therapy or treatment is safe and effective for human use. These studies can be used to prevent, diagnose and treat illnesses.
Stages of Research
The 4 main phases of a clinical research trial are:
Phase I – First Safety Study with 20-100 healthy volunteers
Phase II – Hundreds of volunteers receive multiple doses to study efficacy
Phase III – Long term trial with thousands of volunteers to prepare for FDA approval
Phase IV – Post marketing, once the FDA approves the medication, device, treatment etc.
Understanding Informed Consent
Taking part in a clinical research study is entirely voluntary. In order to ensure you understand what is involved with a clinical trial, participants receive an informed consent document. This document provides an overview of the study procedures, a study schedule and answers to common questions about clinical trials.
Currently Enrolling Studies
Protocol E2006-G000-303 Title: This is a long-term (approximately 1 year), multicenter, randomized, controlled, double-blind, parallel group study of two...
This is a prospective, multi-center study to evaluate the diagnostic performance characteristics of the AminoIndex™ technology among patients at high risk of developing lung cancer.