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Research and Trial Participation Terminology
Breast Cancer Trials has a number of animated videos available which help explain key terms used in clinical trials research and common questions that are asked by potential trial participants. These videos can also be used for anyone wanting to further understand different types of treatments and the clinical trials process.
We currently have eight videos available:
- What is Informed Consent?
- What is Tissue Banking?
- Potential Advantages if Participating in a Clinical Trial
- What is De-escalation of Treatment?
- Ensuring Participant Safety in Clinical Trials
- What is the Approval Process for New Treatments?
- How does a Medicine get on the PBS?
- How is Patient Confidentiality Ensured During Clinical Trials?
If you have any questions or suggested topics that you’d like us to explain in a short animated video, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.