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Here at Allyfe, we will help you to access the right medicine.

All patients should be able to benefit from the most advanced medical treatments. We acknowledge that this journey can be complex. We are here to guide and assist you through every step of the process.

How it works

Find a Study
Search a study based on medical conditions, location and read more about it.
Verify if you are eligibile and qualified
Check if you are eligible online and let the reseracher assess if you qualify.
Register & Authenticate
Once you are qualified, complete the registration and get your identity verified to join the trial.
Manage Consent
Manage the informed consent digitally and sign it electronically.

Frequently
asked questions

What is a clinical trial?

A research study involving human volunteers  that is intended to add to medical knowledge. There are two types of clinical studies: interventional studies and observational studies.

Who can participate in a clinical study?

Both healthy volunteers and patients can be enrolled in a study. The eligibility criteria are the key requirements that people who want to participate in a clinical study must meet. Eligibility criteria consist of both inclusion criteria (which are required for a person to participate in the study) and exclusion criteria (which prevent a person from participating).

Will I be compensated for taking part of a clinical study?

Some clinical studies will cover your travel expenses and other costs you may incur from participation. Early stage studies are more likely to offer compensation, while Phase II and Phase III studies can sometimes pay too.

Who is an Investigator?

A person responsible for the conduct of the clinical trial at a trial site.

Who is a Sponsor?

An individual, company, institution, or organization which takes responsibility for the initiation, management, and/or financing of a clinical trial.

What is informed consent?

A process used by researchers to communicate to potential and enrolled participants the risks and potential benefits of participating in a clinical study.  Informed consent is documented by means of a written, signed and dated informed consent form.

Can I withdraw from a clinical trial?

Yes, even after you sign your informed consent form, you can still leave a clinical study at any time, for any reason.

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