Diabetic Nephropathy Clinical Trial
Have you been diagnosed with diabetic nephropathy as a result of long-standing complications caused by diabetes. If you have been experiencing related complications, then you could qualify for a diabetic nephropathy clinical trial at our facility in DeLand, FL.
If you have been diagnosed with this diabetic nephropathy, then you could qualify for a clinical trial. There are two ways you can get the enrollment process 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?
You should know that the qualification criteria will be different depending on the type of study you’d like to participate in. However, there are a few things you should know before you fill out our online form:
- Our team is looking for people living with diabetic nephropathy for these clinical studies
- Study participants are expected to comply with all-study related procedures and clinic visits
- You’ll need to provide a signed informed consent form in order to enroll in a study
- Health insurance is not required to become a participant
- A history of alcohol or substance abuse within the last 5 years will disqualify
Compensation for Participating in a Clinical Trial
If you didn’t know, participants in a clinical trial are granted access to all study-related medical care free of charge. This includes any physical examinations and medications required for the study. Some clinical trials may also grant a stipend to participants– these paid amounts will vary depending on the type of study being conducted.
Please feel free to call us at (386) 785-2404 if you have any further questions about how you can receive compensation for participating in one of our clinical trials.
Diabetic Nephropathy Symptoms
Unfortunately, the earliest stages of diabetic nephropathy won’t produce any noticeable symptoms. Diabetics who develop significant kidney damage may have small levels of protein that gets leaked into their urine. Protein should not be present in the urine unless the person has experienced an infection, high fever, a pregnancy or underwent vigorous exercise. If the nephropathy has advanced, then it could produce the following symptoms:
- Weakness and fatigue
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea or vomiting
- Itchy or unusually dry skin
- Swelling in the arms and legs
Please Note: Our call center is open from 8AM to 4PM on weekdays if you have any questions about our diabetic nephropathy clinical trials or any of our other enrolling studies. Please give us a call at (386) 785-2404