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    Clinical Trials in the Connecticut Area. Using Clinical Trials Today to Improve Lives Tomorrow.

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What is a Clinical Trial?

A clinical trial is a research study that explores the effects of a potential new treatment or medicine to help determine if it is safe and effective for humans. Clinical trials are how we learn to make a variety of treatments better. They help us get answers about causes, prevention, and cures.

Participation Guidelines

Patients can be referred by a physician or by self-referral. In most instances, reimbursement is available for time and transportation costs. If you decide to take part in one of our studies, you can be assured that you will receive excellent care. That is our promise to you.

Sponsors & CROs

The quality of our work has earned New England Research Associates an outstanding reputation in the field. That’s why, when leading national and international sponsors and Contract Research Organizations (CROs) need results they can count on, they turn to New England Research Associates.

Currently Enrolling Clinical Trials in Connecticut

Learn more about your condition, receive free treatment and access to new pharmaceuticals, and help advance medical research!

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