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    Question Would you put your child

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    for medicine? Absolutely! (I am biased though)
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    Sure. I've done them myself, and one of my sisters was running them as the nurse in charge. They're really, really heavily regulated.
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    Depends what it's for... but sure. I would. I'm really into that stuff, and have been in a few myself. I avoided open heart surgery because of a clinical trial I found, and participated in.
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    It would depend on the situation - if I felt, as a parent, that the possible good that could come of it for my child was worth the risks, yes.
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    I'll be honest. When I was faced with it, I admit I was selfish. I chose to NOT do a clinical trial and go with what had already been proved when it came to Gabe's treatment. I dont know, in my head at the time I just couldnt take the chance. Now if it were for ME, yes I would. But I just cant see doing it with on of the kids.
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    if it was a study that could benefit my child (like one for sensory/developmental issues then yes.
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    It depends on the study, my grandfather was in one for TB and it saved his life. Honestly if it wasn't for that study he would have died. I also like to think that he helped to save countless lives by helping to test the drug.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss B Hav'n View Post
    It would depend on the situation - if I felt, as a parent, that the possible good that could come of it for my child was worth the risks, yes.
    Yep.
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    depends on what it would be for
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