C. Diff Clinical Trial
Have you suffered from an unexpected bout of diarrhea? This could have been caused by a C. difficile infection. While it is rare compared to other forms of bacterial infection, it still effects an estimated 500,000 Americans each year.
If you’ve developed this infection, then you might qualify for a C. diff clinical trial at our clinic in DeLand, Florida. Our team of researchers is looking for qualified patients in the local area who would be interested in participating. Remember that your participation will help improve the treatments available for this medical condition.
You can apply for this clinical trial online by filling out the form on the right hand side of the page. It only takes a minute. Here’s what you’ll need to provide:
- Your full name (middle name not required)
- Your email address
- Your phone number
Please provide accurate contact information, otherwise we won’t be able to contact you and get you enrolled in one of C. diff clinical trials. If you have any questions, you can also call us at (386) 785-2404.
Do You Qualify for a Clinical Study at Avail?
- Are you prepared to comply with the study schedule and related procedures?
- Are you willing to provide a signed informed consent form?
- Are you over the age of 18 years old?
If the answer to these questions is yes, then you could qualify for a research study at Avail Clinical Research. One of our clinical trial experts will work with you to get you enrolled in the appropriate study after you’ve filled our the online form.
Compensation for Time and Travel
For anyone interested in participating in a clinical trial, our staff would like you to know that all study-related care (including including physical examinations, laboratory services and study medications) are provided free of charge. Qualified participants may also be compensated for their time and travel expenses. These stipends can vary based on the study.
What Are the Symptoms of C. Difficile?
Human beings can have as many as 1,000 unique species of bacteria in their digestive systems. One of these is the bacterium known as clostridium difficile, or C. diff for short. It may not make everyone sick, but the bacteria can still be spread and create other infections.
If you do contract this illness, then you could experience any of the following symptoms:
- Watery diarrhea three or more times a day for a couple days
- Tenderness or mild cramping in the abdominal area
- Loss of appetite
- Blood or pus-like discharge in the stool
Please Note: A clinical trials expert will be available during office hours if you have any questions about one of our C. diff clinical trials or any of our other paid studies. So please give us a call at (386) 785-2404.