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Clinical Trials 101

How To Get Access To A Drug After A Clinical Trial Is Over

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If a drug works for you, you will naturally want to continue it after the trial is over. It is up to the manufacturer whether to continue to provide access to the drug as a "compassionate use." There is no legal right to continue to receive a drug after a clinical trial is over.

The best way to assure access is by building it in to the protocol for the trial, or you can request a binding agreement with the manufacturer before entering the trial.

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