7 Questions About Clinical Trials and Lupus



There are several reasons to participate in a clinical trial. One is to get access to a treatment that is not otherwise available. The treatment may be better than others that are available for the condition. However, the treatment may not be better or could even have adverse side effects. Treatments in clinical trials are typically free to the participants.

Clinical trials also help advance science and generally help other people with the medical condition that’s being studied. The trial may help with making a new treatment available, but could also improve the general understanding of the disease.

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