Pushing the Boundaries of Medical Innovation
At CLS Health, we are dedicated to the advancement of medicine. We believe that clinical research is essential to improve people’s health and well-being. For over 12 years, our physicians have partnered in clinical research trials to provide our patients with cutting-edge treatment options. Our clinical research trials are designed to precisely test the safety and efficacy of new treatments. With a commitment to patient-centered care, these clinical research studies occur within the comfort of the practice office. Additionally, all clinical trials are managed and executed in partnership with Tranquil Clinical Research—an esteemed clinical research organization that is dedicated to patient wellness and ethical values. Together we strive to bring new treatments to our patients that can improve health outcomes.
Participants undergo careful screening to ensure the most appropriate patient is enrolled in the study. Screening consists of a review of information, such as age, previous treatments, and other medical conditions.
Eligible participants meet with one of our highly trained research staff to review the study and answer any and all questions. Our research staff’s number one job is to ensure the rights, safety, and wellness of our participants are protected and maintained throughout your participation in the study. Informed consent is a document that has been approved by an independent review board (IRB) and is reviewed and signed by each participant prior to the conduct of any study procedures.
Participation in a clinical trial incurs no cost for anything conducted specifically for the study. The study sponsor may also offer compensation for time and travel. Information regarding risks, benefits, responsibilities, compensation, the reason for the study, and more will be discussed during the informed consent review.
Study participation is voluntary. Participants may withdraw from study participation at any time. The decision to withdraw will not result in any penalty nor adversely affect your relationship with your study doctor or practitioner.