What is
a clinical trial?

It’s testing medications to help advance medical research.

It's spending time with other participants in a great environment.

It’s also about receiving compensation through an indemnity.

Fact or Fiction

You can experience side effects while on a study.

True. As with any medication, there may be a risk of side effects which we will explain to you at your screening visit.

Not many people participate in clinical studies.

False. In 2014, we had 6 404 study participations and 160 366 people in our participant database.

You don’t get well compensated.

False. In 2014, the average indemnity was $1,628.

Learn more

How does it work?

Before

Medical Exam

During

Clinic stay

After

Follow up visits

 At first, they told me :
don't do that 
- Kevin
See the video testimonials

The studies

K190A

Male 2 400 $
  • 14 to 20 Feb
  • 25 Feb to 2 Mar
0 return visits Non / Ex-smoker only 18 - 65

E60A

Male and Female 1 230 $
  • 12 to 14 Feb
  • 26 to 28 Feb
3 return visits Non / Ex-smoker only 18 - 50

S95A

Male 1 930 $
  • 22 to 24 Feb
  • 29 Feb to 2 Mar
  • 7 to 9 Mar
  • 14 to 16 Mar
1 return visit Non / Ex-smoker only 18 - 60

What to bring?

Your tablet or laptop to take advantage of the free WiFi.

A good book for relaxing in our comfortable armchairs.

Your ipod or MP3 player to help you gently drift to sleep.

See a list of items to bring

Contact us

Monday to Friday 8 a.m to 8 p.m

Saturday 9 a.m to 5 p.m

Toll free 1 888 758-6312

Phone (514) 381-2546 (ALGO)

Acadie 179

Photo Sarah