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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. 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 We Are Currently Participating In:

Type 2 Diabetes Trials:

LIXILAN-D

This study is comparing the efficacy and safety of the drug Soliqua 100/33 versus Lantus in ethnically/racially diverse patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus inadequately controlled on basal insulin and oral antidiabetic agents. 

ENROLLMENT WILL BEGIN IN JULY

You pre-qualify if you are a patient…
  • with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus for at least 1 year
  • with uncontrolled diabetes
  • of Hispanic, African American, or Asian decent
  • with a basal insulin regime that has been stable for at least 3 months
  • receiving one(1) or two (2) of the following OAD drugs: meformin, pioglitazone, rosiglitazone, SGLT-2 inhibitor or an SU

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Cardiovascular Trials:

SELECT STUDY

This study is an evaluation of cardiovascular outcomes with semaglutide in patients with prior MI/stoke/Symptomatic PAD and overweight or obesity.

CURRENTLY ENROLLING

You pre-qualify if you are a patient…
  • that has experienced a MI or stroke event more than 60 days ago
  • age 45 years of age or greater
  • with a BMI of 27 or greater
  • with HbA1c less than 6.5%
  • with no history of type 1 or type 2 diabetes

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