Completed Clinical Trials:
- Ankylosing Spondylitis
- Atopic Dermatitis
- Back Pain
- C. diff (Clostridium Difficile)
- Common Cold
- Crohn’s Disease
- Esophageal Ulcers
- Female Contraceptive
- Gastric Ulcers
- Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Immune Globulin (IVIG)
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Iron Deficiency Anemia
- Muscle Physiology
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Non Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Urinary Incontinence
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Uterine Bleeding
- Uterine Myoma
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Weight Loss
Clinical trials are supervised research studies conducted to collect and analyze data based on a pre-defined plan or protocol. These trials have played a vital role in our society due to their impact on determining the safety and efficacy of new treatments and devices on the market. Medications that treat illnesses and the different forms of physical therapy practiced today have been made available to the general public due to the clinical trials that have supported them. By designing each clinical study to answer a specific scientific question, clinical studies find new and improved ways to help patients worldwide.
For any given disease, condition or medical device, a clinical trial may support:
- A new treatment
- A more effective treatment
- A treatment more easily tolerated, or
- A new use for a current treatment
There are two general groups to categorize clinical research trials: Open Label Trials and Controlled Trials.
Open Label Clinical Trials
In Open Label Trials, all information related to the treatment is disclosed to both researcher and patient. As such, there are no placebos or control treatments used within Open Label Trials.
Controlled Clinical Trials
In Controlled Trials, or Comparative Trials, the participants are divided into two groups: one group receives the proposed treatment, while the control group receives a placebo (an ineffectual treatment intended to deceive the recipient). To further avoid biased results, most Controlled Trials will be conducted as double-blind studies, meaning neither the researcher nor the physician will know which group is receiving the proposed treatment.
In order for a new drug or medical device to be introduced into the market, it must undergo a total of four phases of clinical trials.
- Phase I: Testing for safety and dosing on an inpatient basis
- Phase II: Evaluation of safety, efficacy and toxicity
- Phase III: Determination of treatment efficacy on large patient groups
- Phase IV: Continued surveillance of treatment post approval for sale
There is a variety of reasons why participating in a clinical trial could be right for you. With the wide range of medical needs, body types and temperaments out there, these reasons inevitably vary depending on the individual.
When you qualify for a clinical study, you automatically gain access to medical care from experts on your particular condition at no cost to you. Additionally, health insurance is not required, so individuals who are not currently insured are not limited in their participation.
By participating in a clinical study, you will be one of the first contributors involved in what may very well be revolutionary research that could potentially have a significant impact on the overall well-being and standard of living for millions of people. You offer invaluable information to medical researchers about treatments and/or devices that could potentially improve your condition, as well as many others currently living with the same condition as you are.
If you’re interested in receiving more information about our clinical trials currently being conducted, please contact us by filling out the submission form below. You can also call us at (407) xxx – xxxx, and our team of clinical trial experts will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
We are a medical research center dedicated to the advancement of medical knowledge for current and future medical treatments . We are committed to the importance of clinical trial research and clinical trial participation and promoting the positive contribution they provide to society.
Led by an internationally accomplished medical research physician, our study center is dedicated to the advancement of medical knowledge for current and future medical treatments.
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