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What can I expect when I join a Clinical Trial?

You will be given a written Informed Consent to read; all of your questions will be answered to your satisfaction prior to any other testing or procedures being performed. All procedures and tests are outlined clearly in the written Informed Consent. In many trials, volunteers receive a complete physical examination. In addition, your medical history will be reviewed thoroughly. Some trials require lab tests. Your health will continue to be monitored during the trial.

Who can join a Clinical Trial?

All trials have guidelines for participation called Inclusion Criteria which allow you to participate and Exclusion Criteria which do not allow you to participate. Most of these criteria pertain to the disease under study, previous treatments for that disease, or other medical diagnoses.

What are the Risks and Benefits of joining a Clinical Trial?

Some Possible Benefits Include:

Some Possible Risks Include:

For more information on a clinical trial, contact Jenon or Mary:

Jenon Valentine, CCRP, COA 

Clinical Research Coordinator
Eye Associates of NM, Northside
5757 Harper Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Email Jenon
Mary Montano Niles, COT/CCRP

Clinical Research Coordinator - Retina
Eye Associates of NM, Retina Center
4411 The 25 Way NE, Suite 325
Albuquerque, NM 87109
Email Mary
Phone 505-830-5282
Fax 505-883-0180
Phone 505-823-4411
Fax 505-343-6089