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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.


Age: 21-70

Condition: Type 2 Diabetics using Insulin, total daily use of 20u-100u. Can also be or certain other diabetic medications. Age 21-70. BMI 24-40. This is a new approach to Type 2 Diabetes evaluating a non-drug procedure that may help improve blood sugar without increasing medicines or insulin and could help with weight loss. 

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Continuous Glucose Monitoring System Study

Age: 4-30

Condition: Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetics that use a self monitoring glucose device to manage their Diabetes.

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Age: 18- 50 year-old women who suffer with Fibroids and or Endometriosis with moderate to severe pain and heavy periods. 

Condition: Women with heavy menstrual cycles and or moderate to severe pain and has a diagnosis of uterine fibroids and or endometriosis.

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Age: 18 -75

Condition: Diagnosed with Gout and taking Allopurinol every day for the last 4 weeks (200-800mg) or have been on Allopurinol in the past but not taking now. Must have had at least 2 Gout flares in the last 12 months. BMI 18-45. 

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Type 2 Diabetic Study/Weight Loss

Age: 18 or older

Condition:Type 2 Diabetes, Overweight/Obese with a risk of a Cardiovascular event.

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Age: 18-45

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

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