Kidney Disease Clinical Trials
Have you been experiencing an unexplained loss of appetite or chronic fatigue? These could be red flags for kidney disease, a condition that we are enrolling for at our clinic here in DeLand. If you have been diagnosed with this condition, you could qualify for one of our kidney disease clinical trials.
Fill out the form on the right hand side of the page if you’d like to be contacted about our upcoming kidney disease clinical trials →
There are two ways to see if you qualify for one of our research studies:
- Fill out our online form – You can find the form in the upper right corner of this page. Please provide a valid email and phone number where we can reach you. A member of our staff will contact you shortly to discuss your eligibility.
- Call us – Pick up the phone and call us (386) 785-2400 anytime between 7 AM and 5 PM weekdays.
Do You Qualify for a Kidney Disease Clinical Study?
The qualification criteria will vary from study to study. However, there are a few things we’d like you to know before beginning the enrollment process:
- We are looking for people who have been diagnosed with kidney disease
- Qualified participants are expected to comply with all study-related procedures
- Applicants will be asked to submit a signed and dated informed consent document before participating
- Health insurance is not a requirement to qualify for one of our kidney disease clinical trials
Compensation for Kidney Disease Clinical Trials
Participants will receive all study-related care (including physical examinations, laboratory services and study medications) free of charge. If you have any further questions about the compensation you can receive by participating in a kidney disease clinical trial, please contact us at (386) 785-2400.
Kidney Disease Signs & Symptoms
The kidneys are highly adaptable which means that they can compensate for a loss of function. This means that most patients won’t notice symptoms until serious damage has occurred. One should also note that many of these symptoms are nonspecific, meaning other illnesses could be causing them.
The most common symptoms of chronic kidney disease include:
- Loss of appetite
- Nausea and/or vomiting
- Issues sleeping
- Malaise or a decrease in mental sharpness
- A change in how often you need to pee
- Cramps and muscle twitches
- Constant itching
- Swelling in the ankles and feet
- Shortness of breath from fluid buildup in the lungs
- Chest pain from fluid buildup around the heart
- Hight blood pressure
Please Note: Our call center is open from 7 AM to 5 PM on weekdays if you have any questions about our kidney disease clinical trials or any of our other enrolling studies. Please give us a call at (386) 785-2400.