Once enrolled in a study, volunteers will receive a physical exam and medical history will be discussed with a physician or medical professional/study coordinator. Each volunteer will review with a research coordinator the specifics of the clinical trial and what to expect when participating. All of this will also be explained in your consent form. Throughout the study, the research coordinator will be available and all volunteers should feel free to discuss their medical care at any time.

It’s important that volunteers keep all of their scheduled visits, and that the Investigator’s questions are answered honestly about how the volunteer is feeling. The input of each volunteer is valuable and important.

Information from the study will be given to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and to other government agencies in countries where the drug is being considered for approval. Your identity will not be disclosed, when you participate in a clinical trial, complete confidentiality and privacy cannot be guaranteed.

Persons who qualify and choose to participate, can expect quality study related medical care by professionals who are committed to clinical research and safety. The care received while in a study does not replace that of a personal doctor.

All volunteers have the right to withdraw from the study at any time and for any reason.