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“There are no such things as incurable, there are only things for which man has not found a cure.”

Bernard Mannes Baruch
2. Medicinal product development and phases of clinical trials
Compounds that may become new, useful medicinal products are discovered daily in laboratories across the world...
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1. What are clinical trials?
Clinical trials are scientific and medical trials conducted on healthy or ill subjects who have voluntarily given...
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3. How are clinical trials conducted?
Clinical trials are normally conducted by professionals in healthcare institutions, universities or institutions...
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4. Possible benefits and risks of participation
Participating in a clinical trial offers subjects an opportunity to actively participate in their own healthcare...
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5. Rights and protection of subjects
Each subject’s inalienable rights are: the right to make an autonomous and free decision whether to participate in a clinical trial...
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6. Glossary of clinical trial terms
Adverse event is any adverse and untoward sign, symptom or disease (including deviations in laboratory test results)...
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7. Questions you may ask the trial doctor
The questions below should be clearly answered to patients before they decide whether or not to participate in a clinical trial...
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Where can I get more information?
For any questions regarding a particular clinical trial, first contact the investigator or his/her associates...
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The website was sponsored by the Innovative pharmaceutical Initiative (iF!). The project was supported by: Central Ethics Committee within the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices, Croatian Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapy of the Croatian Medical Association and Coalition of Associations in Healthcare.

1. What are clinical trials?
Clinical trials are scientific and medical trials conducted on healthy or ill subjects who have voluntarily given...
READ MORE
2. Medicinal product development and phases of clinical trials
Compounds that may become new, useful medicinal products are discovered daily in laboratories across the world...
READ MORE
3. How are clinical trials conducted?
Clinical trials are normally conducted by professionals in healthcare institutions, universities or institutions...
READ MORE
4. Possible benefits and risks of participation
Participating in a clinical trial offers subjects an opportunity to actively participate in their own healthcare...
READ MORE
5. Rights and protection of subjects
Each subject’s inalienable rights are: the right to make an autonomous and free decision whether to participate in a clinical trial...
READ MORE
6. Glossary of clinical trial terms
Adverse event is any adverse and untoward sign, symptom or disease (including deviations in laboratory test results)...
READ MORE
7. Questions you may ask the trial doctor
The questions below should be clearly answered to patients before they decide whether or not to participate in a clinical trial...
READ MORE
Where can I get more information?
For any questions regarding a particular clinical trial, first contact the investigator or his/her associates...
READ MORE

The website was sponsored by the Innovative pharmaceutical Initiative (iF!). The project was supported by: Central Ethics Committee within the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices, Croatian Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapy of the Croatian Medical Association and Coalition of Associations in Healthcare.