Finding Good Representation In Clinical Trials

New research suggests lower income individuals are less likely to participate in clinical trials. Any researcher understands the difficulty of finding the best representation of the general population for their study. Some segments of the general population are in fact less likely to participate, new research shows, which can influence the quality of research and [...]

Medical Trials in Utah and America

Medical trials are a key component of the medical world, and that has never been truer than in our current day and age. A quick glance onto, a service of the US National Institutes of Health, shows that there are currently 160,781 studies registered. That is an enormous number! That most likely puts the [...]

How Much Should You Be Paid For Participation In a Utah Clinical Trial?

The amount of money given to participants in a clinical trial ranges, from nothing to thousands of dollars. Why is there a difference, and when should a participant expect some compensation? This is actually the subject of debate in the research world. It is a difficult question to answer, since some argue that compensation induces [...]

Benefits of Clinical Trial Participation, Besides Money

Many people struggling for money turn to clinical research trial participation as a way to bring in extra income. And for many people, it works, and that’s great. But there are a host of other good reasons to participate in clinical trials, besides getting paid. First of all, many clinical medical trials, including in Utah, [...]

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