Can a participant leave a clinical trial after it has begun?
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Can a participant leave a clinical trial after it has begun?

  • February 21, 2011

Yes. A participant can leave a clinical trial, at any time. When withdrawing from the trial, the participant should let the research team know about it, and the reasons for leaving the study.