Diabetes Clinical Trials
Are you living with diabetes? It’s estimated that nearly 30 million people are living with some form of diabetes here in this country alone. By conducting clinical trials for diabetes, we can develop better treatments and eventually produce a cure that will save millions of lives.
If you have been diagnosed with this chronic condition, then you could qualify for a diabetes clinical trial in DeLand, Florida.
If you’re interested, there are two ways that you can get started:
- Fill out our online form – Take a minute to fill out the form in the upper right corner of this page. Please make sure that you provide a valid email and phone number where you can be reached. A member of our staff will contact you shortly to discuss your eligibility.
- Call us – Pick up the phone and call us (386) 785-2404 anytime between 8 AM and 4PM weekdays.
Do You Qualify for a Clinical Study in Florida?
Specific qualification criteria will vary depending on the type of study you’d like to participate in. However, there are a few things you should know before you contact us about enrolling in a diabetes clinical trial.
- Our research team is looking for volunteers who’ve been diagnosed with diabetes
- Applicants with a history of alcohol or substance abuse within the last 5 years won’t be eligible
- Participants in an investigative study should be willing to comply with all study-related procedures
- Health insurance is not required
- All participants will have to present a signed informed consent form before they can be enrolled
Sound good? Give us a call at (386) 785-2404 if you have any other questions.
Compensation for Clinical Trial Participation
Study related care including physical examinations, laboratory services and study medications are all provided to participants free of charge. Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions about how you can be compensated for your participation.
Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms
Type 2 diabetes (T2D) tends to develop slowly, unlike most cases of type 1 diabetes, so people could be living with T2D for years without knowing anything is wrong. Patients with type 2 diabetes can experience the following symptoms:
- Increased thirst
- Unexplained weight loss
- Blurry vision
- Dark patches of skin (acanthosis nigricans)
Please Note: A member of our dedicated staff should be available during office hours if you have any questions about our diabetes clinical trials or any of our other enrolling studies. Please give us a call at (386) 785-2404.