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Your Rights As a Study Participant

As a participant in a clinical research study, you have certain rights, including the right to be:
 
  • Informed of the nature and purpose of the study
  • Given an explanation of the procedures to be followed in the study and any drug that will be used
  • Told about any discomforts and risks that can be reasonably expected
  • Told about any alternative treatments that might be advantageous to you, as well as their risks and benefits
  • Informed of the type of medical treatment available if you have complications during the study.
     
You also have the right to:
 
  • Ask questions about the study procedures or medicines
  • Withdraw from the study at any time, without prejudice
  • Be given a copy of the signed and dated informed consent form
  • Be given the choice of whether to participate in the study without any type of force, fraud, deceit, or other undue influence on your decision.
     
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