Clinical Trial Services
Clinical Trial Services
Patients that choose the concierge-level services provided by Clinical Endpoints will enjoy the benefits of individual care and personalized service that is all too rare in healthcare settings today. We offer you a personalized visit to review your health concerns, discuss our available clinical trial treatment options, and provide care in a unique one-on-one setting where you will be isolated from other patients.
Clinical Trial Treatment Options
We are a leading center globally for the most promising and potentially life-saving clinical trial treatments offered by the world’s top-rated pharmaceutical companies. We specialize in offering additional options to patients that have exhausted traditional treatments and now seek new hope while wanting to contribute to discoveries that may aid their family, friends, and all humanity. We collaborate closely with your primary healthcare provider while providing you concierge-level service; we strive to personalize your care and deliver the best possible experience and outcome for you and your family.
What is a
A clinical trial is at the heart of all medical advances, which is how currently prescribed treatments were proven safe and effective for widespread therapeutic use. Clinical trials are studies designed to test how a new drug, surgical procedure or device works on a group of patient volunteers. A clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness and safety of new treatment options. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires pharmaceutical companies to test new medications or devices in well-controlled and carefully monitored clinical trials before new treatments become widely available to physicians and their patients.
in a Clinical Trial?
Participants in clinical trials play a more active role in their own healthcare and gain access to new research treatments before they become widely available. Many volunteers feel as though they are contributing to the potentially huge benefits of future treatments for those who may share their same medical condition. Others feel that due to new advances in drug treatments, a clinical trial may provide new hope and a chance at a brighter future. By participating in a clinical trial, volunteers benefit from free study-related medical procedures and study medications as well as closer attention from physicians and clinical research staff. Participants will also receive expert medical care for their specific condition.
How do I know a
Clinical Trial is Safe?
Clinical trials follow strict regulations to protect the safety and rights of research volunteers. Each research site is mandated to follow strict ethical and legal regulations that are also monitored by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Following the FDA’s permission to conduct a clinical trial, an Institutional Review Board (IRB) comprised of medical professionals also evaluates the study to determine if it is safe and ethical for our volunteers. We will personally explain all of this to you in your first visit with us, before any commitment is made by you.
Is there a cost
No, there is no cost to participate in a trial. All study-related exams and procedures will be done at no cost for the study participant. Typically, this means you will receive enhanced care for your condition. Additionally, many clinical trials may offer compensation for time and travel while participating in the new treatment study.
What are the
- Access to promising new technologies and treatments that are not available outside the clinical-trial setting.
- Close monitoring, care, and support by a research team of physicians and other expert health care professionals who understand your disease or condition and provide personalized concierge-level care to you and your family.
- The opportunity to be the first to benefit from a potential new treatment.
- The chance to play an active role in your own health care and gain a greater understanding of your disease or condition.
- The chance to help your family and society by contributing to medical research. Even if you don’t directly benefit from the results of the clinical trial, the information helps to move medicine forward and contribute to our scientific knowledge and ability to care for future patients.
What are the
- The clinical trial may require more of a time investment than a non-clinical trial treatment.
- Some clinical trial treatments may not be effective.
- There may be unpleasant or serious side effects to experimental treatments. Since the trial is collecting information on new treatments, the physicians do not always understand all side effects that may develop for each patient. However, each volunteer is closely monitored by the medical research staff for unexpected or unwanted side effects, and a large network of leading physicians are available to support your care.
Can a Clinical Trial Patient still see their Primary Health Care Provider?
Yes, not only will you continue to see your Primary Care Provider, but we will coordinate and work very closely with your primary care physician if you consent to this communication.
List of Disease Treatments that may be Available at Clinical Endpoints
- Neurology indications such as:
- Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Specialty and General Internal Medicine Studies such as:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Weight Loss
- Smoking Cessation
- High Blood Pressure
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- All Types of Imaging Studies
- Medical Device Studies