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    Is Your Endometriosis Causing You Pain?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Gender Required Both
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted
    • Smoker Does not matter

    Are you experiencing Endometriosis related pain? Consider enrolling in an Endometriosis clinical research study.What is Endometriosis?Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue similar to that which lines the interior...

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    Struggling with Asthma?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Gender Required Both
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted

    Weather Change Making it Harder to Breathe? Our Dallas clinic is currently enrolling forclinical research study for ASTHMA.WHAT IS ASTHMA: If you frequently experience shortness of breath or you hear...

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    Currently Enrolling Women’s Studies

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Gender Required Female
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted
    • Smoker No

    Now Enrolling !Participants needed for the following women’s studies !!Uterine FibroidsNon-menopausal women ages 18-51 years oldHeavy menstrual bleeding /cramping Participants in this study will receive study-related investigational medications at no cost,...

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    Is Your Endometriosis Causing You Pain?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted

    Are you experiencing Endometriosis related pain? Consider enrolling in an Endometriosis clinical research study.What is Endometriosis?Endometriosis is the abnormal growth of endometrial tissue similar to that which lines the interior...

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    Issues with Chronic Constipation?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted

    Are you experiencing chronic constipation?Our office in San Antonio is enrolling participants ages 18 years old and older  for a clinical research study.This research is evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an investigational medicine...

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    Living with COPD?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Gender Required Both
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted
    • Reimbursement Offered $988

    Now enrolling for a COPD clinical research study in our Austin location.Common symptoms may include:CoughingWheezingShortness of BreathChest TightnessFrequent Respiratory InfectionsWeight LossParticipants in this study will receive study-related investigational medications at...

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    Type 2 Diabetes? High Risk for Cardiovascular Event?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Gender Required Both
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted
    • Reimbursement Offered $1125

    Are you living with Diabetes? Have a High Risk for a cardiovascular Event?Our clinic in Austin is enrolling now!Currently seeking participants living with Diabetes type 2 and high risk for a...

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    Free Testosterone Screening

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted
    • Reimbursement Offered $1,125
    • Participant Inclusion Criteria Symptoms of Low Testosterone may include: Changes in Sleep Patterns Low Libido Weight Gain Infertility Sexual Dysfunction Emotional Changes

    Are you not feeling yourself?Our office in Austin is currently offering free testosterone screenings for an upcoming clinical research study.Symptoms of Low Testosterone may include:Changes in Sleep PatternsLow LibidoWeight GainInfertilitySexual...

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    Do You Have Diabetes?

    Posted: 4 months ago
    • Gender Required Both
    • Ethnic origin Everyone Accepted
    • Age Range Adult : 20 - 65 years
    • Smoker No
    • Reimbursement Offered $925
    • Participant Inclusion Criteria YOU may qualify if you have the following criteria: • Must be 18 Years and Older • Must be taking Metformin *other criteria may apply Participants in this study will receive: • Study-related investigational medications at no cost • Study-related medical examinations at no cost • May be reimbursed for time and travel.
    • Participant Exclusion Criteria not given
    • Duration not given

    Do You Have Diabetes?WHAT IS TYPE 2 DIABETES?Diabetes is a problem with your body that causes blood glucose (sugar) levels to rise higher than normal. This is also called hyperglycemia....