Why Clinical Research is Important?
In order for new drugs and other treatment methods to be beneficial to humans, they must be tested before they are widely used. It is important to test the drug or treatment method in different groups of people, as different groups of people may respond differently to treatment. For this purpose, it is desirable for people of different ages, breeds and races to participate in clinical research.
Some people want to participate in clinical trials, as standard methods of treatment are useless in the treatment of their disease or cause too many side effects. Clinical trials can provide a new treatment option in cases where standard treatment fails. Volunteers may also wish to participate in clinical trials to contribute to the acquisition of new medical information.
Patients who do not want to participate in clinical trials are not admitted. However, volunteers qualified in accordance with pre-determined rules can be accepted to work.