Gen1 is making promising treatments accessible and affordable. We provide all participants with FDA approved, expert, medical care. At every stage of the study, we closely monitor our participants’ progress. Our team of medical professionals is there to make sure you’re always well-informed and comfortable.
In medicine, knowledge is power. Clinical trials help you understand your health better, and help us improve treatment. Every study increases our knowledge and ability to heal you and others like you.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a clinical trial?
A clinical trial is a type of research that evaluates new or existing treatments. All clinical trials are reviewed, approved, and monitored by an Institutional Review Board (IRB). Participants go into the study full informed and prepared. Participants also receive ethical treatment at every stage of the process.
Who can participate in a clinical trial?
Requirements for participants depend on the study and what is being tested. We set prerequisites beforehand to ensure safety and effective use of physicians’ and patients’ time.
How long will the clinical trial last?
While time varies from trial to trial, participants are notified of the duration before they agree to participate.
What are the possible risks, side effects, and benefits of the study treatment?
Every new treatment comes with potential side effects, and our team is here to answer any and all questions you may have. The new treatment is not guaranteed to be superior to current treatments. That being said, clinical trials can also award participants with newfound solutions to their health problems, immediate improvement, and the opportunity to help other patients all around the world.
Who will be in charge of my care while I am participating in the study? Will I be able to see my own doctor?
Those who participate in Gen1 Research clinical trials are able to work with their established physicians and practices for a comfortable experience.
Where will the study take place?
In most cases, the study will take place at your physician’s office.