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Informed Consent

Informed consent is provided by eligible patients and/or their families to confirm their willingness to participate in a clinical trial. This consent should be provided freely, without pressure or influence from anyone.

Patients that meet the criteria for a trial will be given an informed consent form to read over. This form contains lots of useful information including:

  • Purpose of the trial
  • Risks and benefits
  • Details on all research procedures
  • Alternatives treatments
  • Contact for research and ethics coordinators

In addition, patients are encouraged to meet with members of the research team to discuss any questions they have. Once a decision is made, patients and/or their families will confirm their consent by signing the informed consent form.

It is important to note that the consent to participate may be withdrawn at anytime for any reason. All research related procedures will be stopped as soon as doctors consider it safe to do so.