Have you ever stopped to think what your life would be like without something as simple as an aspirin or as complex as an antibiotic? Before medications like these ever reached the store shelves or your local pharmacy, someone tested these drugs so that you might benefit. Someone also served as a clinical trial volunteer hoping to ease pain, hypertension, infections, and inflammation, and using medications being developed to benefit the general public. You can, too.
Watch this video to see how a clinical trial at PMG Research helped a Diabetes patient
You can be a volunteer for clinical trials in North Carolina at PMG Research. As a clinical trials volunteer, you're helping to develop medications for yourself, your family and friends, as well as millions of other individuals who need them most. In return, you'll also receive such benefits as access to quality care, health assessments and medications not available through other means at little or no cost, plus reimbursement for travel expenses.
Search Available Studies
If you're interested in volunteering for a clinical trial in North Carolina, you may qualify for one or more of the studies currently available; for example, frequently enrolling studies include clinical trials for people with high cardiovascular risk and diabetes clinical trials in North Carolina. To learn more about how you can positively impact your health and the health of millions of others, read our participant FAQs; find clinical trials in North Carolina and find out what other volunteers have to say in our participant testimonials
To speak with PMG about any trial, contact PMG Research today.
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