Why Canada needs a Public Clinical Trials Registry
Without Phase 1 Clinical Trials and their generous and courageous terminally-ill volunteers, researchers would be unable to develop new and better drugs to fight disease. A Public Clinical Trials Registry for Canada will ensure that information on all clinical trials, whether the drug is found to be effective or not, is published so that future researchers are able to build on the knowledge already gained from past trials.
Free Information and Nursing Support for Phase I Cancer Clinical Trial Volunteers
The Research with Respect Care Program provides Phase 1 Clinical Trial Volunteers with free daily visits by a Bayshore Home Health nurse who will assist you with:
- Pain and symptom management review
- Client education
- Emotional support
- Liaison with cancer research centres
For more information or to register for services, call Toll Free: 1-866-265-1920
Research with Respect is committed to actively expressing our deep appreciation of the generous donation that Phase 1 Clinical Trial Volunteers make to the fight against cancer. We strive to supply you with useful information, effective self-monitoring tools and compassionate action.
Information for Medical Professionals Caring for the Terminally-Ill Phase 1 Drug Trial Volunteer
This section presents information to Primary Care Physicians, Nurses and Researchers on caring for the needs of a terminally-ill patient as a Phase 1 Drug Trial Volunteer.