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Resources matter

Clinical research matters because it is crucial in discovering new treatments for terminal or chronic diseases, illnesses and conditions.  Clinical research also helps detect and diagnose diseases as well as prevent these diseases or illnesses from occurring.

Clinical research shows investigators what works and what does not work in humans that cannot be learned any other way.  Clinical research brings new medications and treatments proven effective to light - and into pharmacies or on the shelves.

Maybe more than anything else, resources matter!  Better yet - accurate, medically proven, scientifically sound resources matter.  You might all remember the entire world being distracted by a few famous people who shouted louder than we could about autism and vaccinations.  And for years, countless kids went without necessary vaccines to prevent life-threatening diseases.

One mom told us, "I have a kid with special needs.  Every day, it's a challenge.  A battle.  But I adore her.  And I know her special needs were not caused by her prenatal care, her delivery or the vaccines she received as a toddler.  And I can tell you this: I would rather have her here with me - disabilities and all - than dead from a medieval disease that we did not vaccinate against.... but so easily could have."


Know who to trust.  Go with your gut instinct.  And if that doesn't work, seek real answers.  If you don't trust your doctor, get a new one.  If you don't trust your "Google" results, seek more information.  There are trusted resources available at your finger tips.  And if the world wide web doesn't give you good answers, actually schedule an appointment with a trusted local physician.

Regarding clinical research, it is our sole goal to advance medicine and change lives.  Maybe even save lives.  We do not enter into this mission lightly.  It is not just what we believe but who we are.  On a daily basis.  Working together to create tomorrow's medicine.  To prevent diseases from robbing us of our loved ones.  To prevent diagnoses from altering our loved one's quality of life.  We are in it to win it.  Honesty is our only option.  And if you don't believe that, there are resources that can confirm our mission.'

Center for Disease Control and Prevention (US mandated) -

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (because they regulate it all and protect us) -

And when in doubt, the IRB controls all information clinical research companies can share.  Contact a local IRB near you to find out what clinical research study information has been approved in your area.  IRB stands for “Institutional Review Board”. The IRB is a committee established to review and approve applications for research projects involving human subjects. The primary purpose of the IRB is to protect the rights and welfare of the human subjects.

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