What Are Clinical Trials?

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About Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are needed to find new medicines for the patients that need them.

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Phases of Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials are conducted in several steps, called phases.

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Frequently Asked questions

If you would like to learn more about clinical trials we provide you with answers to frequently asked questions.  

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Why Participate?

What To Expect?

As the participant, you are at the heart of any clinical study and your rights are our top priority. We want to make sure you know what to expect before and during the trial, learn and understand what happens after the trial concludes, and know what to expect from our commitments to disclosure and publishing of clinical trial results. 

Our Efforts To Be Transparent About Clinical Trials

Bayer is fully committed to make information about its planned and ongoing clinical trials publically available. This is done in line with the position of the global pharmaceutical industry associations and related laws. Bayer will also make results of trials in patients public and provide free access to this information on the internet, irrespective of whether the results of a trial for one of our products are positive or negative.

Bayer is committed to sharing of study patient data with qualified researchers as a transparency measure to advance medical knowledge and public health and foster scientific discovery. Data sharing is following international standards to protect patient’s data privacy.

Bayer provides free access to study plans and to results of clinical studies on several publically accessible Clinical Trial Registries on the internet.

To access information on Bayer Trials, please visit the Bayer Trial Finder page. To read the complete Bayer Clinical Trial Transparency Policy, please click “read more” below.