Segal Trials is a network of research sites comprised of numerous physicians and offices throughout South Florida conducting Phase I-IV research trials.
Federal law requires that every medication must go through a series of clinical research trials before being approved by the FDA, in addition to being approved by an independent Research Ethics Board. Clinical research trials are critical in the advancement of medicine and making available new and helpful medications. It is Segal Trials’ mission to play an integral role in the advancement process and help millions of people suffering from diseases.
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"Overall, I've really liked participating in this trial. My field of study is psychology and last semester I took a research methodology class so it's been interesting to see what it's like in practice. Plus, it's cool to be a part of something that benefits others.
"Before I participated in a trial, I thought it would be a lot different than what I know now. I think it's awesome that Greater Gift does so much to educate others about what the field really is because there can be a lot of negative ideas. It means a lot to me that Greater Gift recognizes people like myself who are involved in the process of advancing healthcare.
"I really like to be a volunteer and especially be able to help kids in need. It means a lot to me; I was diagnosed with cancer when I was young and people had to make donations to help me, so it means a lot that Segal Trials is doing this for children
"Wonderful experience, clinicians and all are great!"−
"Segal saved my life. I'm very proud of myself for the courage."−
"The staff is very kind."−
"Amazing group & attention to detail."−
"The staff of the Segal study was very good to me."−
"I enjoyed the friendly staff and the fact they had transportation for me."−
"Segal is an awesome company. They help to find new medications for illness..."−
Names have been removed from testimonials to protect patient privacy