- What is health research?
- What is a Clinical Trial?
- What kind of trials are there?
- Why do we have Clinical Trials? Why are Clinical Trials so important?
- How do Clinical Trials work?
- How are Clinical Trials structured?
- Who can take part in Clinical Trials?
- What are the benefits and risks of trials?
- How do you find, match and screen for a trial?
- What to expect once you have joined a Clinical Trial?
- What happens during a clinical trial?
- What happens at the end of a Clinical Trial?
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