Clinical Trials: Will I Get Paid?

Clinical Trials: Will I Get Paid?

Clinical Trials: Will I Get Paid?
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Barbara: "Will I get paid to participate in this study?" Dr. Theo: "In general, clinical research study patients receive a small amount of money just to cover expenses for each visit including gas, freeway tolls, and parking. The one key exception to this is volunteer trials (usually very early stage) where patients are going to be coming in and sometimes require prolonged stays, including an overnight in the testing facility. They may get paid a few hundred dollars."

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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

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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