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Advanced Wound Treatments for Our Patients

What is Clinical Trial?

Clinical trials are a safe and FDA-regulated way to collect data and assess the safety and efficacy of a particular treatment. They are done under strict and regulated guidelines to assure patient safety and well-being. Once preclinical studies have been completed and proven safe, human trials begin in a stepwise 4-phase approach.

Healthy volunteers participate in Phase I studies to assess further the safety of the investigational treatment. Once the product is deemed safe, Phase II and III studies will evaluate the efficacy of the medication on a larger scale. Patients who suffer from a particular ailment can now volunteer to participate in a randomized control study that will determine the best and most efficacious method to utilize the treatment.

Phase IV study is conducted after the FDA has approved the treatment for commercial use. The trial is now considered a post-marketing analysis of the product to obtain additional information for commercialization. All phases of the clinical trials are conducted under Physician supervision, professional research staff, and under very strict FDA guidelines. ILD Research Center conducts only Phase II–IV trials.

Cost to Participate?

There is absolutely no cost to our patients and insurance is not needed. Patients are compensated for their time and travel. Transportation to and from our facility can be provided to our patients depending on their needs. All supplies, dressings, and offloading devices are also provided at no cost.

  • For more information about our current trials and to set up an appointment, please contact us or click below and our staff will get back to you within 24-48 hours
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