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Clinical Trials Management participation and enrollment in studies

Reasons to Participate

If you, or someone you know has a medical condition that affects health or day-to-day life, volunteering for a clinical research study could be a chance to help develop new treatments for the future. Volunteering for a clinical research study starts with you!

 

Current Studies

We are now currently enrolling in the following studies:

Acne

Birth Control

Chronic Constipation

Diabetes

Eosinophilic Esophagitis 

Endometriosis

Gout

Hyper-Triglyceridemia

Iron Deficiency Anemia

Psoriasis

Rosacea

Specimen Collection

Uterine Fibroids/Heavy Periods

Ulcerative Colitis

Yeast


Acne 

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Birth Control  

Call our Metairie site at (504) 455-1310 or our Covingtion site at (985) 900-2400 for more information 

Chronic Constipation

Chronic Constipation is a common condition that is characterized by difficult, infrequent, or perceived incomplete evacuation of bowel movements. Symptoms of constipation include having less than 3 bowel movements per week, straining, hard stools, incomplete evacuation and inability to pass stool.

There are up to 63 million people in North America that meet the diagnostic criteria for chronic constipation.

If you are at least 18 years old and have been diagnosed with Chronic Constipation, you may volunteer to take part in a study of an investigation medication.

Contact us for more information.

 

Diabetes- Type II

Do you have Type II Diabetes? Over 90% of people with diabetes have Type II.

Clinical Trials Management is enrolling adult volunteers now! If you have type II diabetes and are over the age of 18, you may qualify for this study of an investigational oral diabetes medication. Contact us for more information.

 

Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Do you struggle with EoE? If you are between the ages of 18-55, suffer with some of the symptoms pictured and/or heartburn, weight loss, and food impacting, you may be qualified to participate. Contact us for more inforamtion 

 

Endometriosis 

More information on this study coming soon.

Contact us for more information.

 

Gout

Contact us for more information.

 

Hyper-Triglyceridemia

Contact us for more information.

 

Iron Deficiency Anemia

Contact us if you're interested in participating. 


Psoriasis

If you have Psoriasis contact us for more information on this trial

 

Rosacea

To qualify, participants must be 18 years or older, have moderate to severe Rosacea

Contact us for more information.

 

Specimen Collections

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is a condition commonly associated with a thin, white, homogeneous, fishy-smelling vaginal discharge.

Vulvovaginal Candidiasis (VVC), also referred to as Yeast, is a condition commonly associated with vaginal itching or pain, burning with urination and a thick, occasionally clumpy, odorless vaginal discharge. 

One time vaginal swab to aid in the development of improved testing for diagnosing BV and VVC.

Females, age 18 or older with signs or symptoms consistent with vaginosis, vaginitis and/or vaginal candidiasis.

Contact us for more information.

 

Uterine Fibroids/Heavy Periods

Contact us for more information.

 

Ulcerative Colitis

If you have Ulcerative Colitis contact us for more information on this trial

Yeast

 

Contact us for more information.