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Participating in A Clinical Trial

Phase 0 and Phase 1 drug trials seek healthy volunteers. Most other clinical trials seek patients who have a specific disease or medical condition. The diversity observed in society, by consensus, should be reflected in clinical trials through the appropriate inclusion of ethnic minority populations.

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Participating in A Clinical Trial - Steps For Volunteers
... Before participating in a clinical trial, interested volunteers should speak with their doctors, family members, and others who have participated in trials in the past ... After locating a trial, volunteers will often have the opportunity to speak or e-mail the clinical trial coordinator for more information and to answer any questions ... their doctors, volunteers then arrange an appointment for a screening visit with the trial coordinator ...

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