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Human Research Ethics

Clinical research is any scientific investigation requiring participation of volunteers, and is intended to evaluate the efficacy and/or safety of any diagnosis, prophylaxis or therapy, or to investigate the causes, development, progress and/or effects of a disease or a medical condition.

Clinical research represents an essential and final step in development of new medicines and medical technologies – brining potential new drugs, medical devices, products, procedures or methods from laboratories to the bedside – and is of great value to patients, medical practitioners, medical institutions and the society at large. Without clinical research, advancement of human healthcare can never be achieved.

Protection of study participants, science and data integrity are the three pillars of clinical research, and the benefits of study participants always come first.