Clinical trials at Innomedica

At Innomedica, we are constantly conducting drug research that helps develop drugs for difficult-to-treat or incurable diseases. Your contribution can have a significant impact on the future of healthcare, while providing an opportunity to gain early access to potentially life-changing treatments.


To get more information about the tests, call us at 6109434  or book an appointment for a doctor’s visit

Participation in the study is voluntary. Contacting us does not obligate you to participate in the study.

What is a clinical trial of a drug?

A clinical trial of a drug is a controlled and regulated use of a drug in humans to collect data on the drug’s effects, side effects, absorption, distribution, transformation and excretion, efficacy and safety. Clinical drug trials must always be approved by the Medicines Agency and the Research Ethics Committee.

Why do clinical trials?

Participating in a clinical trial contributes to the development of new drugs.
Clinical trials help determine whether new potential drugs (called investigational drugs) are safe and how well they work.
Clinical drug trials provide the best information for health decisions, new drugs and new forms of treatment.
Clinical studies, which prove a sufficiently high level of efficacy and safety of the drug, are necessary for each new drug in order to obtain a license for use from the Medicines Agency.

How will people benefit from participating in the study?

A new and additional treatment option, if the previous drugs have not given the expected result or the treatment has been discontinued due to side effects.
Continuous medical monitoring during the study.
Constant possibility of contact with the research doctor and nurse.

Are you eligible to participate in a clinical trial?

According to the study criteria, the necessary medical examinations are performed at the study center to determine eligibility for the clinical trial.
The responsible study doctor will explain to you the risks and side effects, as well as the treatment regimen and the length of the study. Depending on this, you can decide whether participation in the study is suitable for you or not. Participation in the study is voluntary and you can withdraw your participation at any time. Participation in the study is free.

What are the risks associated with clinical trials?

There are risks associated with any treatment. This also applies to closely monitored clinical trials where various side effects may occur. Before starting the study, the doctor will discuss the risks and benefits of the study with you. Including, you will be informed about side effects related to the study drug that are already known in advance. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, take enough time to think and weigh the benefits and risks of the study.


Research Participant Responsibilities

Taking medicines as prescribed. Informing the study staff about other illnesses and side effects of the medicine that occurred during the study period.
Arriving at all scheduled visits or informing about changing the visit time. Providing information about your past medical history if necessary for the clinical trial.

Research participant rights

You have the right to know the risks associated with the study. You have the right to request the results of the tests known to your health-related research center. Know the contact details of the doctor in charge. As a participant in a clinical trial, you have the right to withdraw from the trial at any time. All data collected about your health is confidential.
You will not be paid for participating in the study, but you will be compensated for the cost of transportation, parking, and in some cases time.

In order for the conduct of clinical trials to be ethically acceptable, the rights of the research participants to be protected and the results of the trials to be reliable, several sets of rules have been developed and legislation has been implemented that deal with various aspects of these trials. You can read more about the procedure for drug research in Estonia on the website of the Medicines Agency.

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