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Clinical Trials: Can I Back Out?

Clinical Trials: Can I Back Out?
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Cooper: "If she enrolls in a study, can she back out?" Dr. Theo: "It's really important for you to understand that if you're in a clinical trial, you absolutely have the right to withdraw from being in the trial at any time, for any reason. But if you do decide to withdraw from the study, it would be wise to talk to your doctor beforehand to see if perhaps withdrawing could have a negative impact on your health. In addition, from the standpoint of all the information that's been collected from the clinical trial, the study site may ask you to come back after you have withdrawn for a few additional visits to be sure that the drugs had no negative impact on your wellbeing."

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Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

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Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

Doctor Profile

Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

Doctor Profile

Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

Doctor Profile

Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

Doctor Profile

Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

Doctor Profile

Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

Doctor Profile

Theo Brandt-Sarif, MD

Clinical Trials Expert

  • Consultant physician specializing in clinical trials
  • MBA from The Wharton School
  • Extensive experience accelerating patient accrual into trials that are lagging their enrollment goals

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