Immunological Clinical Practices &Trials
An Immunological Clinical trial is a unique research program designed to cultivate a collaborative environment that allows basic and translational immunologists to work side-by-side with clinicians. Clinical trial & Practices are always designed to gain some knowledge about something not yet well-known or proven. A person may volunteer to participate in a clinical study. A physician may recommend a patient to consider volunteering for specific study participation, as part of the patient therapeutic treatment options. Clinical trials are highly regulated and are conducted following strict scientific standards in order to protect patients and to produce meaningful results.
The clinical trial allows accelerating the bench-to-bedside transition of innovative immunotherapies, with much attention given to critical diseases which are known to relapse or is refractive to conventional treatments currently available. Many of the novel immunotherapy approaches, which originated from basic science research by the clinical trial and practices, are now being explored as new treatment modalities in patients, with a significant number advancing through clinical trials towards FDA approval.