December 1, 2016

Available Clinical Trials

The Following Clinical Trials Are Available

The following clinical trials are available. Available trials change often so check back regularly and if you are interested in a current clinical trial, check the information today before it is no longer available.

Among available trials, you will also find surveys that you may be qualified to answer. At the end of some surveys, you are eligible to win gift cards for your participation.

Please read all of the information on the trial page before proceeding. If you have not read and familiarized yourself with the clinical trial process as well as your patient’s rights and other information you need to know about clinical trials, visit our clinical trial program page.

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Recruiting for Rheumatoid Arthritis Trial

For some people with moderate or severe Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) symptoms, medications that have traditionally been used for the treatment of RA may not work well enough or may cause unwanted side effects.

This study is for people whose RA has not responded well enough to previous treatment with methotrexate. The study will compare an investigational drug to another already-approved treatment for RA and placebo. Learn More.


Clinical Trial for Patients at Risk of Heart Problems

Cardiovascular disease covers a range of conditions that affect your heart, including coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, arrhythmia, etc. Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the US, claiming more lives than cancer.

This trial will test the effectiveness of an already-approved drug in reducing the risk of serious heart problems. The test drug is already FDA-approved to treat patients with severely high triglycerides, and the hope is that this drug will also be effective in patients with moderately high triglycerides. Learn More.

Wearables Survey

available survey wearablesThe purpose of this survey is to learn more about why people purchase wearables and how they use them. Wearables include fitness bands, activity trackers, and other devices that track things like how many steps you take.

At the end of the survey, participants will have the option to enter their email address for a drawing for a $200 Amazon gift card. Email addresses are used only for the drawing.


Osteoarthritis Study: Space Is Limited

osteoarthritis available trialsYou may know the feeling of aches and pains in your knees, stiffness in your hips, or joint pain in both. If you’re feeling this pain, you most likely have Arthritis (also called Osteoarthritis). Better treatment options are needed for people who suffer from knee or hip joint pain. Right now, doctors are looking for people like you to take part in local Arthritis research studies. See if you qualify today.

Learn more about this trial on the sponsor website.

If you have Knee or Hip Osteoarthritis, research studies enrolling now. This is a medication, no-cost study. Learn more.

Chronic Kidney Disease With Anemia

Anemia commonly occurs in people with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)—the permanent, partial loss of kidney function. anemia kidney available studyAnemia might begin to develop in the early stages of CKD, when someone has 20 to 50 percent of normal kidney function. Anemia tends to worsen as CKD progresses. Please share this trial with your family, friends, and community.

Learn more about this trial on the sponsor website.

See if you qualify for this clinical trial for kidney disease with anemia. The study is now enrolling. While payments vary, you may earn up to $1000.


Incontinence Trial for MS or Spinal Cord Injury


Approximately 80% of people with Multiple Sclerosis will experience some degree of bladder dysfunction. Symptoms include difficulty holding urine, difficulty starting a urine stream, feeling like the bladder won’t empty completely, having to go to the bathroom at night frequently, and having to urinate frequently.

Oral medications are available but don’t work for all patients. This trial will determine whether Dysport, an already approved drug for other conditions, can reduce urinary incontinence in patients with MS or SCI, for whom oral medications have not worked well.

Do you or a loved one have urinary incontinence due to MS or SpinalCordInjury? A new research study is testing a potential treatment for those who have failed oral medications. Learn more.


ADHD Trial

adhd clinical trialAttention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder that most often occurs in children. Symptoms of ADHD include trouble concentrating, paying attention, staying organized, and remembering details. This study aims to test the effectiveness of a study drug for treating symptoms of ADHD in children who have problems with impulsive and/or angry behavior. Please share this trial with your family, friends, and community

Do you have a child between the age of 6-12 with ADHD and angry behavior? Researchers are looking for kids with ADHD and angry behavior for a clinical study. You may receive a payment of up to $700. Get started now.


Recruitment for Post-Shingles Pain Study

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For patients who have had shingles, sometimes the cessation of the episode is not the end of the story. A significant number of people continue to experience pain after the shingles disappear, with the frequency 1 month after onset of shingles being 9-14% and at 3 months it is about 5%. At 1 year, 3% of people continue to have severe pain.

Consider joining a research study! No-cost study medication for post-shingles pain.

Post-shingles pain, also known as post-herpetic neuralgia (PHN), is a common nerve pain condition that can occur after you have a shingles infection. You may feel burning, tingling, or aching in the area where you had the shingles. This pain can last for weeks or months after your infection has cleared. Better treatment options are needed for people who suffer with Post-Shingles Pain. Right now, local doctors are looking for people who have Post-Shingles Pain to participate in local research studies.




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