What is a Clinical Trial?

A protocol defines what types of subjects (human patients) may be included in a study to evaluate a research drug, dosage, and length of trial, the schedule of tests and procedures, as well as the anticipated outcomes to be measured.

To evaluate the safety and efficacy of investigational drugs, clinical trials are vigilantly conducted with subject informed consent and under the supervision of medical experts with the mechanism of enrolling right subject (human patient) and conducting assessments that are convenient to access, complete and submit electronically to keep the enrolled subjects compliant with the trial requirements and procedures.

There are different Types of clinical trials—Phase I to Phase IV with the divergence in size from a single site in one country to multi-center trials in multiple countries.

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Medycal holds expertise in leading a multiple trials with expedient results proving to be a prominent partner within the trial research marketpalce.

At Medycal, we aim to speed up the development of novel therapies having significant potential to improve patient lives.

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