If you enjoy SNUS and haven’t the intention of quitting, Avail Clinical Research would be interested in meeting with you for one of our SNUS tobacco clinical research studies.
Currently, there are millions of SNUS chew and dip users who haven’t any intention of quitting. If you or a loved one has been using SNUS and feel they might benefit from being part of a SNUS, chew and dip clinical study, then you should consider contacting us if you are in the Orlando, DeLand and Dayton Beach Region. In many cases patients who could benefit from investigational treatment miss out on these tobacco consumer clinical studies in Florida because they or their doctor isn’t aware of a study in the area. In addition, there are some cases where patients feel they don’t need to be treated like a ‘guinea pig,’ and nothing could be further from the truth.
These tobacco consumer clinical trials taking place in Florida are testing new treatment methods, which are being developed by pharmaceutical and biotechnical companies. They are designed specifically to test the safety and efficacy of treatments for humans. By volunteering for our fully supervised Florida SNUS, chew and dip clinical study, you may receive new information regarding SNUS, chew and dip that may help us all understand why you continue to smoke. The type of study being performed by Avail Clinical Research directly reflects your involvement. Sometimes, participating in a Florida clinical trial is as simple as agreeing to let our researchers have a copy of your test results, but most are more involved and would require some tests and a visit to our clinic. Participants are compensated for time and travel, and the study related care, including physical examinations, laboratory services and study medicines are all provided.
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If you live near Central Florida, click here to learn more about participating in a tobacco consumers clinical trial. Also, our sister site Achieve Clinical Research conducts diabetes clinical trials in Birmingham, Alabama.