Clinical trials are drug research programs conducted with patients to determine if a new form of therapy is safe and effective. They can also try new methods of disease prevention. Thus, they directly contribute to the progress of medicine.    

Clinical trials are conducted in accordance with strictly defined principles, in accordance with the guidelines of Good Clinical Practice (GCP), ie Good Clinical Practice (GCP), respecting the rights and safety of patients participating in the study.

Clinical trials are the basis for the development of modern medicine. Every new substance discovered and invented, every new device or technology must be thoroughly tested over many years of detailed and objective scientific research, meeting strict requirements to ensure the maximum rights and safety of research participants. The most important thing to check is the SAFETY of the test substance / device for the patient. Second, researchers are interested in its EFFICIENCY in the fight against this disease. Patients participating in clinical trials are regularly examined thoroughly.