How do I take part?
Taking part in a clinical trial is a personal choice and we will provide any information you need to make an informed decision. We also encourage you to discuss your decision with those close to you.
When you register from any page on the website, we will ask you some questions to see if you are suitable for one of our trials. These questions are quite thorough simply because it is important that we learn more about you so we can find the right trial for your requirements.
Following the registration questions, we will determine whether you are eligible or ineligible for any of our trials. If you are eligible, a member of our team will explain the potential benefits and risk factors in detail and provide you with an Informed Consent Form.
Our consent form has been put together to explain all aspects of the trial and its potential impact. We advise that you review this form thoroughly and take it home to discuss with your family and friends, before making a decision.
If you are happy to proceed with the trial, simply sign the form and return it to a member of the Synexus team.
If you decide to take part in a trial, you are given a simple clinical trial plan to follow.
Your condition will be monitored throughout the trial and you will be offered specialist advice and support to help guide you through the process.
Your clinical trial plan may require you to visit our clinic regularly as part of your trial regime.
Synexus will help with your travel arrangements as best we can, to ensure your commute is as quick and as painless as possible.
You are also welcome to bring someone with you to the clinic for support at any time.
You can express interest in Synexus clinical trials without committing and you are free to withdraw at any time without giving a reason.
If there isn’t a particular clinical trial that is right for you at the time of your registration, you can choose to be kept on file until a trial becomes available. A member of the Synexus team will then contact you to discuss your options using a contact method that you have selected.
Register your interest
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