Future for Patients - The Patient Information Portal
Future for Patients is an information portal from Germany. With this patient portal, we give you the opportunity to search specifically for clinical trials in which you could participate.All our current studies
Information on various clinical pictures
Here you will find information on various clinical pictures, the symptoms as well as the diagnosis.
Rosacea is an inflammatory chronic skin disease that affects skin during periods. Find out about possible treatments.Learn more
Ulcerative proctitis is a milder form of ulcerative colitis. Find out more about the symptoms & possible causes of bowel disease.Learn more
Symptomatic dermographism is a common form of physical hives. Find out more about causes, symptoms & treatment.Learn more
Irritable bowel syndrome is a disease of the digestive tract that leads to recurring abdominal pain and diarrhea.Learn more
Find out about current clinical studies here
Clinical trials make an important contribution to the development of new therapeutic options and show how well a specific therapy really works. They help scientists and physicians identify improved treatment options for patients.
By participating, not only will your condition be treated professionally and free of charge, but you will also be making a great contribution to the treatment of other patients with the same condition. Clinical research plays an important role in the development of drugs and thus for general medical care.Register for study
Your path to the clinical trial
1. find a study
We have compiled a list of our currently running clinical studies for you, so that you can quickly and easily find out about studies that suit you.
2. check if you are suitable
With just a few clicks, you can use a short questionnaire to find out without obligation whether you are suitable for participation in a study.
3. visit a test center near you
We conduct our studies nationwide and can therefore offer you a test center near you.
FAQ Clinical Studies
A clinical trial is "any investigation involving human subjects", that tests new medical treatmentsdrugs or therapies to determine their safety and efficacy.
Clinical trials are crucial for the development and validation of new medical approaches, to enable advances in healthcare and improve existing treatments.
Clinical trials are conducted not only in hospitals, but also by physicians in private practice. Pharmaceutical companies are often the clients of such studies, but universities or hospitals can also initiate such studies. An educational interview will be conducted prior to potential participation. Here you will be informed about goals, methods, advantages and possible risks. After sufficient time to think about it, you can decide whether you want to participate in the clinical trial. Participation is always voluntary and can be terminated at any time without giving reasons. The initial consultation will be followed by the screening visit, during which your eligibility for the study will be assessed. If the assessment is positive, the baseline visit occurs, in which baseline values are recorded and then the study medication or a placebo is administered. During the treatment phase, regular visits are scheduled to monitor your health, the effectiveness of the medication, and any side effects. After the treatment phase, there is a follow-up phase to evaluate the long-term effects and safety of the medication.
Yes, the safety of the participants is a top priority. Clinical trials are carefully planned and monitored to minimize potential risks. Prior to participation, researchers must disclose all risks and potential benefits of a study, and participation is always on a voluntary basis.
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