It really depends on your doctor/general practitioner/endocrinologist. There are certain recommended criteria, but there are no required ones. Of course, there is the standard seeing a gender specialist weekly for 3 months before getting a hormone prescription. Additionally, there are general health guidelines, such as being at a healthy weight, having healthy blood pressure/cholesterol, good bloodwork, etc.
To learn more about clinical trials, patients can call the National Cancer Institute (NCI) at 1-800-4-CANCER or visit the NCI web site for patients at http://www.cancertrials.nci.nih.gov
Some people may be eligible to participate in clinical trials, research programs conducted with patients to evaluate a new medical treatment, drug, or device.
Clinical trials are experiments to find out how effective a drug is, and if there are any side effects. The stakeholders in clinical trials are the patients, doctors, drug companies, drug manufacturers, and pharmacists.
clinical trials. These trials seek to compare the standard method of care with a new method, or the trials may be trying to establish whether one treatment is more beneficial for certain patients than others.
there´re some medical trials about the benefits of some treatments in MS.
You can contact the California Institure for Regenerative Medicine to see what medical trials are going on in Los Angeles using stem cells.
Salah Abdel-aleem has written: 'The design and management of medical device clinical trials' -- subject(s): Medical instruments and apparatus, Clinical trials, Methods, Device Approval, Research, Equipment and Supplies, Clinical Trials as Topic
Trials that have been conducted are limited in size and scope, and generally do not satisfy the criteria set for medical trials.
Clinical trials are typically conducted by researchers from universities, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and contract research organizations (CROs). At Sun Research Institute, our team of experienced researchers and medical professionals conduct clinical trials to test new treatments, drugs, and medical devices to help advance medical knowledge and improve patient care. Our studies adhere to strict ethical and regulatory guidelines to ensure the safety and well-being of our participants.