Why Participate in clinical trials?
Participating in a clinical trial allows the volunteer to contribute to the global advancement of research and to access new and latest products.
Are there any risks if I participate in clinical trials?
The trials are carried out for cosmetic products whose safety has been confirmed by an expert toxicologist. The possibility of local reactions or feelings of discomfort cannot however be ruled out. In general, these reactions are limited to the area of application and disappear within a few days.
CIDP works with over a hundred of experienced doctors (general practitioners, dermatologists, pediatricians, gynecologists, ophthalmologists, diabetologists, surgeons, etc.) who are trained in clinical trials. They provide a medical control that allows the volunteer to evolve within a secure environment.
How are volunteers protected?
Clinical trials are conducted according to the general principles of the Declaration of Helsinki and in compliance with local laws. CIDP guarantees the protection of volunteers by submitting appropriate documents to regulatory authorities and independent ethics committees.
All subjects ’personal data is treated with utmost confidentiality in line with the Data protection laws.