Clinical Trials To Help You & Science

Clinical Trial week Clinical Trials That You Can Benefit From You must Be At Least 18 years of Age to participate in trials unless noted. 

Cost you nothing!

For the next 10 to 14  days besides giving you great information I am also hooking you up with links to trials for various conditions that you can try.

#1

Do you have low back pain? Interested in Finding out more?

DESCRIPTION

Low back pain is one of the most common types of pain in adults. Up to 80% of adults in the U.S. will experience back pain at some point in their lives. For some people, low back pain can last for months or years. The pain may not get better even with pain medication. Better treatment options are needed for people who suffer with low back pain. Right now, local doctors are looking for people who have low back pain to participate in local research studies.

http://curec.lk/2nY6C5N

#LowBackPain

# 2 

Osteoarthritis

Trial Find out More

You may know the feeling of aches and pains in your knees, stiffness in your hips, or joint pain in both. If you’re feeling this pain, you most likely have Arthritis (also called Osteoarthritis). Better treatment options are needed for people who suffer with knee or hip joint pain. Right now, doctors are looking for people like you to take part in local Arthritis research studies. See if you qualify today – space is limited.
http://curec.lk/2nYcZWJ
#arthritis, #osteoarthritis, #arthritis365

#3

Chronic Migraines

Migraines are a deeply painful, often debilitating form of headache. Over 3 million people in the US suffer from migraines, often requiring prescription medicine or medical treatment to cope with the pain. However, these treatments may not work for everyone.

http://curec.lk/2nvFdoq
#migraine #headache #ChronicMigraine

#4

High Cholesterol Study

There are many different ways to control cholesterol and triglyceride levels in order to keep your heart healthy. However, heart disease is still the number one cause of death in the US. It’s clear that better treatments targeted toward heart health is needed.
This study aims to evaluate whether a research medication can reduce the risk of heart problems better than currently available treatments. If you know someone who has been diagnosed with high cholesterol, high triglycerides, or hyperlipidemia (abnormally high concentration of fats or lipids in the blood), this trial may help.
Learn more about this trial on the sponsor website.

http://curec.lk/2n0mNQK

Conditions High Cholesterol, High Triglycerides, Hyperlipidemia

Age Range at least 18 years old 

#HighCholesterol, #cholesterol, #HeartHealth, #HeartAttack, #stroke, #HeartDisease

#5

Crohn’s Disease Clinical Trial

Crohn’s Disease often causes frequent or recurring diarrhea, fatigue, abdominal pain or cramping, and more. As a chronic disease, Crohn’s can unpredictably flare up and cause stressful symptoms in patients. Unfortunately, current treatments may not work for all patients with Crohn’s. Please help recruit for this clinical trial for Crohn’s Disease.

Learn more about this trial on the sponsor website.
http://curec.lk/2nsjyga

#Crohns, #IBD, #colitis, #ostomy, #IBS

#6

 Patients at Risk of Heart Problems

Cardiovascular disease covers a range of conditions that affect your heart, including coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, arrhythmia, etc. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the US, claiming more lives than cancer.

This trial will test the effectiveness of an already-approved drug in reducing the risk of serious heart problems. The test drug is already FDA-approved to treat patients with severely high triglycerides, and the hope is that this drug will also be effective in patients with moderately high triglycerides.

http://curec.lk/2nYigxi

#Cardiovascular, #CardiovascularDisease, #HeartHealth

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