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Trial for new intra-ocular lens implant device

See Again Europe Ltd will be engaging in a trial for a new intra-ocular lens implant device, which will take place at Spire hospital Liverpool in the first quarter of 2013.

See Again Europe Ltd are looking for 7 volunteers who have suffered loss of eyesight due to Macular Degeneration (dry)

All our studies are conducted under internationally agreed guidelines set down by the UK Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). Each study is reviewed by an Independent Ethics Committee who are responsible for ensuring that your safety has been thoroughly considered, that the information provided to you is fair, balanced and accurate and that your rights as a volunteer are maintained.

See Again meets and exceeds the exacting standards laid down in the European Union Clinical Trials Directive.

Knowing Your Rights - the Informed Consent Process

If you've had a procedure in a hospital, you may have had to sign a consent form. An informed consent for a clinical trial is a more specialised consent and it has a very distinct purpose: it is designed to protect you, not the research staff.

You will be given an informed consent document as part of a conversation you have with the research staff before you participate in a trial.

If you want to participate in the trial please fill out the on-line form below and a member of our team will arrange a pre op assessment appointment.