What happens if I decide to participate?
- Prior to undergoing any medical procedures to determine if you may participate in the study, you will review the informed consent form with the study staff and be asked to sign it, if you are still interested in participating. The informed consent form is meant to help you understand everything that will happen if you participate in the study, including the possible risks and benefits associated with your participation. You will receive study-related medical care and study medication at no cost.
- You will be expected to visit the study center for consultation appointment with your study doctor, follow-by trial treatment and procedures. Your travel to your study visits may be reimbursed once you are enrolled in the study.
- After you are enrolled into the study, you are required to return for the first visit (Visit 1) where you will receive the JETREA® injection for the study eye. After the first visit, you will be asked to return for subsequent four clinic visits (Visit 2, 3, 4 and 5). Each clinic visit may take 2-3 hours depending on the number of examinations to be performed.
- During the study visits, the study staff will discuss your current condition with you.
- During the study, you can call your study staff at any time, to report problems or ask questions.
- You are required to return for unscheduled visits should your condition need immediate medical attention.
- Your participation is voluntary. You can change your mind and stop study medication at any time. Your study doctor can also stop study medication and remove you from the study at anytime (if it is in your best interest).