Clinical Trial

Clinical trials are studies being conducted to test whether new drugs or treatments are both safe and effective.

Clinical trials are studies being conducted to test whether new drugs or treatments are both safe and effective.

Clinical trials are studies being conducted to test whether new drugs or treatments are both safe and effective. The tests fall into preclinical are conducted in animals and clinical studies in humans are. These studies must be reviewed and approved by a committee of experts to be able to perform. There are certain tests that cannot be performed on people to perform them as animals previously suspected that there may be significant damage to your life short and long term.

New Study Finds Correlation Between Low Vitamin D Levels and Breast Cancer

New Study Finds Correlation Between Low Vitamin D Levels and Breast Cancer

Like many vitamins, vitamin D is versatile. It has long been associated with bone development, but severe deficiency can result in diseases, such as rickets. Recent studies found some correlation between vitamin D levels and cardiovascular health, the development of multiple sclerosis, tuberculosis infection and now pre-menopausal breast cancer. Researchers at the San Diego School of Medicine of the University of California have found that low levels of serum (blood) vitamin D are associated with a crucial period of tumor formation for breast cancer.

Get Involved in Clinical Research

Because Lives Depend on it.

Get Involved in Clinical Research

Are you playing your part in clinical research? Doctors and scientists are conducting clinical studies in every state of the union. They’re looking for volunteers of all ages, from all cultures, with different lifestyles. You may be able to help them learn how to improve the health of hundreds, thousands or millions of people...

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