Is a clinical trial right for you?
Apex Mobile Clinical Research is your community partner providing access to cutting edge care through clinical trials for fatty liver disease and associated metabolic disorders.
Our goal is to provide state-of-the-art clinical research trial opportunities and education to the community.
What is a clinical Trial?
Clinical trials are prospective biomedical or behavioral research studies on human participants designed to answer specific questions about interventions. These include new treatments and known interventions that warrant further study and comparison.
Who can participate in a clinical trial?
Each trial has specific eligibility requirements. It is important to note that inclusion and exclusion criteria are used to identify appropriate participants, promote participants’ safety, and ensure that researchers are able to gather the information they need to address questions outlined in the study protocol.
Study patients may receive:
Free FibroScan liver screening
Compensation for time and travel
Blood work, ongoing evaluation, and continuous monitoring throughout the course of the clinical trial
World-class care from board-certified medical professionals
Seize the opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the realm of research and in your overall health and wellbeing.
The 4 phases of a clinical trial
The clinical trial process
Clinical trials typically consist of four distinct phases, each serving a specific purpose in the research process.
The primary goal is to assess the safety and dose range of the new drug or treatment in a small number of patients. Participants are closely monitored for adverse effects.
This phase involves even larger populations to compare the new treatment against existing standard treatments or placebo. The goal is to gather more comprehensive data on the treatment's effectiveness, safety and potential side effects.
The focus shifts to evaluating the treatment's effectiveness and further assessing its safety in a larger number of patients. Participants are closely monitored to assess the benefits and potential side effects.
Post-marketing surveillance, this phase occurs after the treatment has been approved and made available to the public. Researchers continue to monitor its long-term safety and effectiveness.
Participating in clinical research is a great way to learn more about your condition and potentially gain access to the latest treatments and medications. The treatment is provided at no cost to the volunteer and there is often compensation for time and travel.
You can help advance medical research and contribute to the development of new treatments and medications for others in your community.
Contact Apex Mobile Clinical Research today to learn more about our current enrolling studies.
Current Enrolling Studies