CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY
To take part in one of our trials you must be healthy, aged 18-65, with no medical conditions.
Here are the requirements you need to match:
- Over 18 years of age
- Generally fit and well
- Not pregnant or breastfeeding
- Free from a history of taking illegal drugs, or alcohol abuse
- BMI between 18 and 35
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Frequently Asked Questions
Our clinical trials are to market new medications in Asia which mostly have been on market and used in overseas. Our clinical trials are the final stages of the Phase 1 study (refer to the process of new medications in clinical trials), the safety is confirmed among healthy Caucasians and patients depending on studies.
The clinical trial compensation (allowance for your time spent participating and inconvenience) will be paid after a final visit is completed.
Travel costs are often included in clinical trial compensation, depending on research units.
If you have any questions or are interested in participating, please feel free to contact us via the listed phone numbers or email address: email@example.com. We recommend contacting us as soon as possible before all places are taken.
Each clinical trial has specific age and gender requirements. Most of our clinical trials target healthy male and female candidates aged 18 to 55. Please register with us so we can contact you when a suitable one is available. 18 is the minimum age limit for our clinical trials. Unfortunately, no underage can participate.
It depends on the trial. Sometimes overnight stays are required and will be shown in the study schedule. Check-ups and procedures are performed in the research unit. We provide Japanese meals during your stay.
Not necessarily, all trial requirements are different. Your nationality does not matter as long as you are of Chinese ethnic origin. You can be a Chinese person from mainland China, Hongkong,Taiwan, Malaysian Chinese, Singapore Chinese, British Chinese, Canadian Chinese, American Chinese etc, Please contact us for details.
Your participation histories are registered with TOPS (The Over Volunteering Prevention Scheme) and there needs to be a gap of 3 months between last and new dosing. Please be aware that you might be removed from our database when we find a false declaration.
No. In order to confirm the effectiveness of clinical trial data and ensure reliability, and to take into account your own health, please refrain from doing so.
As our clinical trials require healthy candidates, we perform pre-checkups (free of charge) toconfirm you are currently in good health. After that, during your participation in a clinical trial, we will continuously assess how the medicine is digested and metabolized in your body and measure its effect on your body function e.g., weight, urine sample, blood samples, ECG, physical examination). At the outpatient visit, check-ups are provided to ensure the medication did not give you any changes in health (free of charge).
It depends on the specific trial, but generally, the criteria of “healthy participants” are people who are currently not receiving any medicine or treatment. You are not eligible if receive any medical treatment. In addition, if you have asthma, epilepsy, allergies, and take medications daily you might not be able to participate, but there are exceptions, so please feel free to contact us.
If you participate in a clinical trial, you will always receive a medical examination (free) before participating, but whether you will receive the results will depend on the individual clinical trial and research unit. Please ask for details at the time of your first visit.
The body mass index is a measure that shows the balance between your height and your weight. BMI= weight (kg) ÷ height(m) ÷ height (m)Usually, a BMI between 18 and 28 kg/㎡is considered “healthy”.
Personal information is always kept confidential and is handled responsibly with entrusted clinical trial companies. We will not transfer to any third party other than the commissioned clinical trial company. No personal information is shared outside of the trial clinic. There is no need to worry about the personal information that can identify an individual such as the address, name, telephone number, etc. of the person who participated in the clinical trial.