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Meet Four Research Volunteers

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Every day, countless people are involved in clinical research, on the quest to find new and improved medicines. These medicines may offer potential treatment options for generations to come. But at the core of research and development are the study participants who make it all possible.

Clinical trials provide valuable information that might help improve medical research and knowledge. People choose to participate in clinical trials for a variety of reasons. They may want to monitor and better understand their own disease or help advance medical research that may benefit others with their same disease or condition. Whatever the motivation, choosing to participate in a clinical trial is a personal and individual decision.

Meet four people who have taken part in clinical trials and find out what motivated them to volunteer. Then explore the information and trial listings on our website to see if a clinical trial may be right for you.

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On International Clinical Trials Day, we hosted a tweet chat to generate conversation on #ClinicalTrialInnovation. If you didn’t have a chance to attend, we’ve broken down the key takeaways here.

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Meet Four Research Volunteers

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Leigh Anne Naas
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Over 2 million brave people take part in clinical trials every year, testing new treatments that may make life better. Meet four of those people.

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Clinical Trials: A De-Centralized Response

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The quick adoption and scaling of decentralized trials will be one of the positive outcomes of having to look at the world of clinical trials in a different way. Learn more about the shift.

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2019 Perceptions and Insights Study: Part 2

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In the second installment of our two-part infographic series, we focus on the use of technology in clinical research and how it may pave the way to decentralized clinical trials.