Freedom of Information for Clinical Trial Participants

Documents out there

Here are two important documents, that you might want but probably don’t have:

Why to get them

There are many reasons you might want to get these documents. Maybe curiosity or a healthy sense of “skin in the game”. Having detailed documents might also allow a doctor or researcher you personally know and trust to give you a more substantive second opinion.

How to get them

First of all, you can of course ask the people conducting the trial, they are after all responsible for ensuring your informed consent. You can also try to search for this information yourself. Earlier research might already be published, and probably your trial has an entry in databases like clinicaltrials.gov or clinicaltrialsregister.eu.

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