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Things to Consider
Purpose of Study

  • What is the purpose of the study? This information will be provided by the research team.
Benefits and Risks Involved (Benefit:Risk Ratio)

  • What are the potential benefits of participating in the study?
  • Do they outweigh any potential risks involved?
Length & Location of Study

  • Do you have time to devote to the study?
  • Will you need to make special arrangements with your employer, spouse, or others in order to participate?
  • Convenience of location; do you feel comfortable spending time at the study's location?
Alternative Treatments

  • Are there alternative treatments available?
  • Would these alternatives better suit my lifestyle?
  • Are these alternative treatments presently available or future alternatives?
Medical Care and Safety Monitor (for Patients)

  • Will somebody be present onsite to assure my safety is considered?
  • Is the physician/safety monitor accessible to me while the study is being conducted?
  • Is it safe to test medications?


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Cincinnati, OH

PH: (513) 621-5112
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2230 Auburn Avenue
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Cincinnati, OH 45219
PH: (513) 381-4100
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Cincinnati, OH 45246
PH: (513) 671-8080
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