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Why Participate in a Clinical Study
Taking part in a research study means you are not only helping to advance medicine, but also improving the lives and health of those in your local community and around the world. Those who participate in a study have the opportunity to learn more about their health while gaining access to potential new groundbreaking treatments and leading healthcare providers.
What is a Research Study?
Learn more about the clinical study process and participation.
A research study is medical research aimed at evaluating a potential new medication, treatment option, or device. Research studies are extremely valuable in that new, often groundbreaking options are brought to the public, saving lives and treating disease. Without them, many of the common medications you use today, would not be available.
Participate in a Clinical Study
Participating in a clinical study in your area is easy with MyLocalStudy. To get started, head to our Find a Study page and type in your zip code or select a condition to discover enrolling studies near you.
Once you find a study that’s right for you, you’ll simply fill out the participant application form and hit submit. Shortly after submitting your information, a team member will reach out to you to complete an initial screening for your selected clinical study.
Your information is always kept private!
Study opportunities are enrolling for adults, children and teens, as well as healthy volunteers.
Clinical Study News & Information
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March is a big month for women! Not only is it Women’s History Month, but it’s also Endometriosis Awareness Month. According to an article posted in the National Library of Medicine by Frontiers in Global Women’s Health, endometriosis affects 6.5 million women in the US and over 190 million worldwide. Although those numbers are staggering, there are a lot
Why Clinical Trial Diversity Is Important
Clinical trial diversity is important because, historically, minority populations have been underrepresented in clinical trial participation. There are several reasons why this has happened. These reasons include language barriers, lack of awareness and trust, and fear of cost and health insurance. Recent trial data has revealed an alarming trend. African Americans make up around 5%
Connecting The Dots Glaucoma and Diabetes
Have you ever heard of the connection between Glaucoma and Diabetes? Glaucoma is the leading cause of vision loss worldwide, and those diagnosed with diabetes are twice as likely to develop glaucoma or diabetic retinopathy. Let’s take a closer look at the relationship between these two conditions. What is Glaucoma? Glaucoma is a condition that