Should You Participate in Clinical Trials with ARL?
People participate in clinical trials for many reasons. Volunteers may receive free, cutting-edge medicines or other treatments that would not otherwise be available to them. They may learn more about the treatment of their or a loved one’s medical condition. And, all study participants receive study related medical care and compensation for their time.
How Do You Become a Study Volunteer?
ARL invites all eligible children and adults to participate in one of our many ongoing phase I-IV clinical studies relating to allergies and asthma. One of our clinical study coordinators or other medical professionals will determine whether you are eligible for the study, explain what you can expect from the study, answer your questions, and obtain your consent before proceeding.
Join Us Today!
Participants in clinical trials are a part of an exciting process that has both personal and community rewards. More importantly, by helping us better understand and treat disease, study volunteers ensure that we will all live longer, healthier lives. Call now or click here for more information about clinical trials or ARL’s ongoing studies.