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About Us:

Del Sol Research Management, LLC is a locally owned “dedicated” medical research facility focused on conducting clinical trials on behalf of pharmaceutical companies.  The goal of these trials is to research the safety and effectiveness of investigational medications, while providing quality patient care and ensuring patient safety. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality, most compassionate care and service to our patients.

Del Sol Research recognizes that our most compelling opportunity is to replace the public’s apprehension or misconception of clinical research with a full understanding of, appreciation for and involvement in the positive impact trial results have in the lives of participants and the world at large. Our goal is to enhance and extend life and health for all people affected by disease.
If you are a patient thinking about participating in clinical trials, we invite you to experience a warm, caring atmosphere that you won’t find in any doctor’s office or hospital environment. At Del Sol Research, expect to be treated like the exceptional person that you are!
See the FAQs below to learn more about the what’s, when’s, why’s, and how’s of clinical research and being a study participant.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial is a research study designed to provide valuable data for a new or existing treatment, or treatment method, to determine if it is safe and effective for humans. In order to determine if a treatment is both safe and effective, testing must be conducted to provide statistical proof. According to laws and regulations,
all clinical trials must be reviewed, approved andmonitored by an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to ensure the ethical treatment of participants, and to ensure that all participants are fully informed about the study prior to agreeing to participate.

Who can participate in a clinical trial?

Every clinical trial has specific criteria related to the type of participants that are needed for the study. These criteria exist to ensure that good statistical data can be collected for the study to achieve its purpose. Additionally, in order to ensure that no undue risk or coercion is placed upon study volunteers, certain populations are considered special populations that must receive a higher degree of safety and ethical oversight. These populations include children/minors, pregnant women, indigents, prisoners, and other vulnerable populations.

How does a clinical trial work?

The very first thing that will happen if you choose to volunteer for a clinical trial is you will be provided a full explanation of the study including required tests and procedures, visits that you have to attend, as well
as potential risks and benefits of the study. If you agree to participate in the study, you will always be able to stop participating at any time. While in the study, you will only be asked to complete the visits and procedures that were specified in the beginning. The goal of the study is to collect valuable data from you that will help the
researchers during the study.

Why do we need clinical trials?

Without clinical trials, all of the medications and treatments that we have today would not exist. In order to develop new treatments that are both safe and effective, testing must be done. The Food and Drug Administration
(FDA) requires that all medical treatments or methods be vigorously tested to ensure that they are both effective and generally safe. Volunteers of clinical trials provide a valuable service to the community to help researchers advance medical science and improve healthcare for generations to come.

What questions should I ask before choosing to participate?

Volunteers are always fully informed of the study requirements, required visits, tests, procedures, etc. Additionally, volunteers are always made aware of any known or likely risks of a study or any new risks that are discovered during the study. Volunteers should ask as many questions as they need in order to feel comfortable with
participating. Make sure that you know exactly what will be required of you and that you are willing to perform the required tasks in the study.

Also make sure that you understand the benefits and risks of the study and that you can accept the risks of participating. You may also request to speak directly with the principal investigator of the study, and you may want to discuss the study with your primary care physician (PCP) prior to agreeing to participate.

One of the most important things to remember is that participation in a clinical research study is always voluntary and optional, and you can stop participating at any time. Ethical laws and regulations prevent participants of clinical research studies from being given undue influence or from being coerced into participating or continuing to participate.