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Years of Experience
Delaware Valley Clinical Research( DVCR) was established in 1986 and has been a leader in clinical trial research for the last quarter of a century.
Our recognition as one of the area’s leading research study teams continues to grow as a result of the commitment of our highly experienced and professional medical staff in conjunction with our volunteers.
DVCR together with our volunteers plays a crucial role in the development of future health care solutions.
Areas of Study
COPD
Asthma
Sleep Disorders
Allergy
Why Choose DVCR?
DVCR conducts clinical trials for many of the leading pharmaceutical companies
DVCR follows all protocol standards
DVCR is composed of a medically trained staff including Registered Respiratory Therapists, Certified Clinical Researchers and Pulmonary Physicians
DVCR health care professionals monitor you during your participation
DVCR performs trials that are approved and monitored by an Institutional Review Board (IRB)
Clinical Trials offer you many rewarding benefits
Play an active role in your own health care
Gain access to new research treatments
Obtain expert medical care during the trial
Helping others by participating in medical research
It is as simple as one phone Call to DVCR 856-424-1777

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A carefully conducted clinical trial is the safest way to find treatments that work in people and improve health.

How does one volunteer?
Contact us to see if you qualify for participation in one of our health related research studies 856-424-1777
What are clinical trials?
A research study involving human volunteers to answer specific health questions
Observational studies are those in which individuals are observed and their outcomes are measured by the investigators
Why are clinical trials conducted?
To test the safety and effectiveness of new drugs and devices
To compare existing treatments
To study different ways of utilizing standard (approved) treatments
To determine other populations for whom the treatment was not previously tested
What are the possible benefits?
Gain access to new research treatments
Receive expert medical care for the condition being studied
You may receive study related medical exams at no cost
Contributing to medical research
Qualified participants may be compensated for travel & time
What are some of the possible risks?
There may be unpleasant side effects
Treatment may not be effective
Participation in a trial can demand time
To protect the rights and welfare of clinical research participants, U.S. Federal Agencies including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) oversee much of the medical research in the U.S.
Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) oversee the centers where clinical research studies are conducted. IRBs review and approve study protocols to ensure that a clinical trial is ethical and the volunteers’ rights are protected.
A participant in clinical trial has access to the IRB that is overseeing the research and access to a volunteer advocate, the physician and staff conduct the trial.
Federal agencies inspect the individuals and institutions conducting the research.
Some IRBs are accredited much like hospitals can be and some research investigators and staff are certified as research professionals.

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  • COPD
  • Asthma
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Allerge

Why Volunteer?
Clinical Trials offer you many rewarding benefits
Play an active role in your own health care
Gain access to new research treatments
Obtain expert medical care during the trial
Helping others by participating in medical research
It is as simple as one phone Call to DVCR 856-424-1777

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Delaware Valley Clinical Research
750 Route 73 South
Suite 402
Marlton, NJ 08053
Phone: 856-424-1777
Fax: 856-424-8341