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Any participant who gives consent to participate in a clinical trial or who is asked to give consent on behalf of another has the following rights:
To be told the purpose of the clinical trial
To be told about all the risks, side effects, or discomforts that might be reasonably expected
To be told of any benefits that can be reasonably expected
To be told what will happen during the trial and whether any procedures, drugs, or devices are different from those that are used as standard medical treatment
To be told about available options and how such options may be better or worse than what is being studied in the clinical trial
To be allowed to ask any questions about the trial before giving consent and at any time during the course of the trial
To be allowed ample time, without pressure, to decide whether to consent to participate
To refuse to participate, for any reason, before and after the trial has started
To receive a signed and dated copy of the Informed Consent form
To be told of any medical treatments available if complications occur during the trial
Adapted from The Center for Information and Study on Clinical Research Participation, www.ciscrp.org.