Allergan Clinical Trials

What is a clinical trial?

Clinical trials are voluntary research studies conducted in people and designed to answer specific questions about the safety or effectiveness of drugs, vaccines, other therapies, or new ways of using existing treatments.

Clinical Research Phases

Phase 1

Phase 1

What’s the most tolerated dosage and what are the side effects?

Phase 2

Phase 2

Does it work? What is the best dose? What are the side effects?

Phase 3

Phase 3

How well does it work and what are the side effects?

Phase 4

Phase 4

Studies conducted after a drug is approved for more information on benefits, risks, and best use.

8 Things You Need to know About Clinical Trials

Drug development

Clinical trials are the backbone of drug development

 Different reasons of participation

People participate for different reasons

Participants health

Participant health is important to the medical professionals who conduct clinical trials

Choose a clinical trial that best fits you.

Choose a clinical trial that best fits your lifestyle and availability

Risks and benefits

The risks and benefits are different for everyone

Rules about who can and cannot participate

All clinical trials have rules about who can and cannot participate

Withdraw from clinical trials at any time

Participants can withdraw from clinical trials at any time

Locations of clinical trials

Clinical trials take place in different settings

Are you eligible to participate in an Allergan Clinical Trial

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