Conducting Clinical Trials

What is a clinical trial?
Clinical trials are studies conducted to determine the safety and effectiveness of a new medical treatment, intervention, or therapy. These studies are a critical step in the process of bringing a new drug, procedure, or device to market.

How are clinical trials conducted?
During clinical trials, participants are carefully monitored to evaluate how the treatment works, potential side effects, and overall effects on their health. Tests follow rigorous scientific protocols and are typically conducted in stages to gather different types of information.

Why are clinical trials important?
Clinical trials play an important role in advancing medical knowledge and improving patient care. This helps researchers understand how new treatments compare to existing treatments and identify potential risks or benefits. Ultimately, participating in clinical trials helps develop better treatments and medical practices.

How can I get involved?
If you are interested in participating in a clinical trial, you can contact your healthcare provider or search for trials underway in your area. Participation is voluntary, and potential risks and benefits are carefully explained by researchers before you decide to participate.

Our Commitment to Clinical Research
Gangnam Medical Center is committed to the advancement of medicine through rigorous clinical research. Through clinical trials, we work to bring innovative treatments to patients and improve health outcomes for all.

Gangnam Medical Center emphasizes a multidisciplinary approach, combining expertise in immunology, genetics, longevity medicine, cellular regenerative therapies, nutrition, exercise, and more to address the complex challenges of aging, intractable diseases, cancer, and chronic illness.

Imagining and expressing a future clinical environment where advanced medical technology and artificial intelligence harmonize to provide treatment to patients.

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