Clinical Trials for Patients
What is a Clinical Trial?
A clinical trial is any research study that assigns human participants to ethical health-related experiments to evaluate the effects on health outcomes. Clinical trials are primarily designed to test the effects of a new or existing treatment on an illness or disease.
Who participates in a Clinical Trial?
Participants in clinical trials and clinical research are everyday people with normal lives who may or may not even know they qualify for a research study at RCBM!
Are you 6-65?
Are you a relatively healthy individual?
Do you have reliable transportation to and from Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine?
Then you could be part of a Clinical Research Trial at RCBM!
Why be part of a Clinical Trial at Rochester Center?
If you participate in a Clinical Trial at RCBM, you are eligible for stipends for your time and travel as well as NO cost to you! Depending on the trial, the compensation varies.
Even if you do not have insurance, you are also able to participate! Clinical Trials do not go through insurance.
If eligible for the Clinical Trial, you may receive the newest treatment options available in junction with helping others and moving science forward. During the Clinical Trial, you might end up finding relief, feel better overall and achieve personal goals that were once thought unattainable!
If you are interested in participating in a Clinical Trial at Rochester Center for Behavioral Medicine, please click
here or call Emily Lindenbaum at 248-608-8800 x248.