Clinical trials (also called “clinical studies” or “research studies”) help determine if medicines, medical devices, and tests are safe and effective.
Why Participate in Research?
Patients of Dr. Raoof may be eligible to participate in clinical trials on eczema, psoriasis, and a variety of other conditions. Not all patients who wish to be involved will be chosen because each study has a specific set of parameters to meet.
Those who participate in clinical trials have the advantage of getting access to newly developed medical treatments before they are available to the public. Subjects of clinical trials are under close supervision of a medical team and receive expert care. They also have the added benefit of being able to contribute to leading medical research.
Clinical research can change lives by helping find new or improved treatments. Because of willingness to get involved in studies, medications are available to those in need. Studies:
- Help answer questions about investigational medicines.
- Help develop a future beneficial medicine Help improve lives.
- Enjoy the experience.
- Help move science forward
- Clinical studies offer a way for almost anyone — regardless of their background — to help improve human health and wellbeing.
- Get paid for participating.
- Our studies offer payment for time and travel.
- Get early access to new medicines.
- Clinical studies offer more care options for patients suffering from common, unique, and rare health conditions.
Why Join a Clinical Trial?
Receive Close Monitoring and Access to Care
Get Early Access to New Medicines Clinical studies offer more care options for patients suffering from common, unique, and rare health conditions.
Help Move Science Forward
Clinical studies offer a way for almost anyone — regardless of their background — to help improve human health and wellbeing.
Receive Compensation if You Qualify
Our studies offer payment for time and travel for qualifying participants.
Give Hope to People Worldwide
Clinical trials offer hope for many people and an opportunity to help researchers find better treatments for others in the future.