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Participants in Clinical Trials

Protecting Participants in Clinical Trials
(Posted: 08/30/2001, Reviewed: 05/01/2006) - A collection of material about the ways in which clinical trials participants are protected before and during the conduct of a study.

Clinical Research Training for Members of the Research Team at the NIH Clinical Center
This program responds to the federal mandate requiring human subjects protection education for research teams at the NIH Clinical Center.

Certificates of Confidentiality
(Posted: 05/04/2000, Reviewed: 01/26/2005) - Background information and application procedures for researchers.

Clinical Trials: Questions and Answers
(Reviewed: 05/19/2006) - This fact sheet covers types of clinical trials, who sponsors them, how they are conducted, how participants are protected, and who pays for the patient care costs associated with a clinical trial. Includes some questions to ask a health care provider before entering a clinical trial. National Cancer Institute Fact Sheet 2.11

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