FMC Science is an independently owned and operated research site with locations in Lampasas and Georgetown. We strive to provide expert care and quality work in a caring environment. Our number one priority is the safety of our research participants.

Check out our current studies to see if you qualify!

We Feel Better Today Because of What Clinical Trials Uncovered Years Ago.

Be part of tomorrow’s medical breakthroughs! Talk to your healthcare provider about clinical trials and consider whether participating is right for you. Click here to see available study opportunities. If you’ve been diagnosed with a medical issue, tomorrow’s treatment may already be in reach – as part of a clinical trial. 

 

 


Radiance Clinical Research

Radiance Clinical Research

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FMC Science is now Radiance Clinical Research!

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When we discuss research opportunities with our friends, family, and neighbors, we frequently hear, 'I don't want to be a guinea pig!' We love this article that clarifies WHY research volunteers are NOT guinea pigs, but are actually HEROES! From the article: "The term “guinea pig” is condescending to both volunteers and researchers. For volunteers, it takes away the enormity of their contribution by sounding like they have no choice in the matter. If you have ever taken a prescription medicine for any reason, even an antibiotic; someone has chosen to volunteer to make sure the medicine is safe and works. If medicines down the road are to work better, we need volunteers to keep agreeing to test them.Calling subjects “guinea pigs” also disdains the research coordinators and doctors that supervise drugs trials. Before any volunteer is admitted into a trial, coordinators fully explain what the trial entails, making sure to answer any questions or concerns of the volunteer. If the volunteer agrees, they go through a screening process to make sure they are a good fit for the trial and that the trial is safe for them." Read more here: encoredocs.com/2017/08/01/guinea-pigs-vs-research-heroes/#:~:text=Calling%20subjects%20%E2%80%9Cg....We urge you, quit using the term guinea pig for volunteers, use the term hero instead! We can’t cure diseases without heroes.If you have volunteered for a clinical trial before, YOU ARE A HERO! If you have never participated, become a research HERO today! ... See MoreSee Less
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