Volunteering For A Medical Research Study

When considering volunteering for a research study, it is important to make an educated decision.
What are the benefits of joining a study? Volunteers in research studies participate in the development of medical therapies that may offer better treatments and even cures for life threatening and chronic diseases. Possible benefits for volunteers-
 
  • Play an active role in their health care.
  • Gain access to research treatments before they are widely available.
  • Obtain medical care at health care facilities during the trial.
  • Help others by contributing to medical research.

Research participants undergo careful evaluation by study physicians and are closely followed by the medical staff.

All our enrolling studies have been conducted on humans and are safe before potential research participants become involved. There is never a charge to the participant or insurance as the cost of medical research is paid for by the pharmaceutical company that sponsors the research program.

ASTHMA RESEARCH STUDY

Age: 12 to 80 

Condition: Diagnosed with persistent Asthma 

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IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME WITH DIARRHEA-Men and Women

Age: 18-75

Condition: IBS/Diarrhea with pain or cramping most days.

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BACK PAIN

Age: 18-64

Condition: Back Pain associated with Muscle Spasms not caused by a long-term (chronic) condition. Must be a sudden-onset of Back Pain due to an activity such as strained by lifting or moving, working out, or slept wrong. 

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Low Testosterone Study-Men

Age: 45-80

Condition: Low Testosterone 

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Nash/Fatty Liver Study – Men and Woman

Age: 18-75

Condition: Must have Moderate Fatty Liver/Nash. Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis and Fibrosis Stage 2 or 3.

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ENDOMETRIOSIS – WOMAN

Age: 18-45

Condition: Endometriosis with Moderate to Severe pain in premenopausal women.

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RSVP – ADULTS

Age: 18-75

Condition: RSVP- ACUTE UPPER RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION WITH RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS (Symptoms can be-Nasal Discharge or Congestion, Headache, Sneezing, Sinus Congestion, Sore Throat, Cough, Shortness of Breath, Earache, Fever)

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