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Are you interested in participating in a clinical trial? Find out what this would mean for you in terms of treatment, care, and compensation.
Are you interested in participating in a clinical trial?
Find out what this would mean for you in terms of treatment, care, and compensation.

WHAT TO EXPECT

As a participant in a clinical trial, you will take the investigational medicinal product (the drug that is being tested) or a placebo (an inactive drug that looks like the drug being tested). We will not know which of these you are taking at any point in the trial. The medications come in many forms. Some are pills, while others are injectable. Some trials involve specialized devices like continuous glucose monitors. As a participant, you will be provided with all of the necessary materials (including supplies like test strips, glucometers, insulin, syringes, or pump supplies, depending on the nature of the trial) free of charge. Many trials offer compensation for time and travel expenses. Our trials include a combination of “on-site” and “phone” visits. The number and scheduling of each is determined by the Sponsor.

 

Trials Currently Enrolling Patients:

Trials Currently
Enrolling Patients:

Pediatric Trials:

ONSET 7

This study is assessing the efficacy and safety of faster-acting insulin aspart compared to NovoRapid both in combination with the basal insulin Tresiba. Compensation for this study includes $50 per each completed office visit and $25 per each completed phone visit.

You pre-qualify if…

  • You have Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Are aged 1-17 years
  • Are currently on a basal-bolus insulin regimen using basal insulin or NPH insulin

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Type 2 Diabetes Trials:

PIONEER

This study is investigating the cardiovascular safety of oral semaglutide in subjects with type 2 diabetes. This study drug has already been investigated as an injection and is not being introduced in a pill form. This study is blinded patient’s will either recieve semaglutide tablets (3mg, 7mg, or 14mg), or placebo tablets. Compensation for this trial is $50 per each completed visit. The trial is estimated to last approximately 12 to 22 months. 

You pre-qualify if…

  • You have Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Are aged 50 years or older with cardiovascular disease OR
  • Aged 60 years or older with at least one cardiovascular risk factor

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LIXILAN

This study is assessing the efficacy and safety of the insulin glargine/lixisenatide fixed ratio combination in adult diabetics inadequately controlled with GLP-1 and metformin. This study is 29 weeks long and offers compensation of $45 per office visit with up to $450 to be earned.

You pre-qualify if…

  • You have Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
  • Are aged 18 years or older
  • Currently taking a GLP-1 (such as Victoza, Byetta, Bydureon, Trulicity, or Tanzeum)
  • Currently taking metformin

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Pituitary Trials:

NOVARTIS

This study is investigating whether insulin or incretin-based therapies are more effective at lowering blood sugar in patient’s taking pasireotide. Initially, there will be a 2-16 week period where your best dosage will be determined by the study doctor. After this time, the study will continue for one year. In total there will be 15 on site visits and one phone visit. Compensation includes $35 per visit.

You pre-qualify if…

  • Are aged 18 years or older
  • You have a confirmed diagnosis of Cushing’s disease or acromegaly

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CORTENDO

This study is investigating the efficacy and safety of a new medication which lowers cortisol levels. The study is specifically looking at how this medication can help people with Cushing’s syndrome, a disease that is characterized by high levels of cortisol.  The screening period for this study is 2-12 weeks depending on your current therapy. Then, you will work with the study doctor to find your best dose  in a period of 2-21 weeks depending on how quickly you respond to the medication. Once your dose is stabilized, the study continues for 1 year. Compensation is not included for this study however, you may be reimbursed up to $45 per visit for travel expenses on a case by case basis.

You pre-qualify if…

  • Are aged 18 years or older
  • You have a confirmed diagnosis of Cushing’s syndrome or Cushing’s disease

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