Are you living with the daily struggle of interstitial cystitis or bladder pain syndrome? We are looking for subjects who are suffering from moderate bladder pain to participate in a research study to investigate a new treatment option.
Can you even count the ways Gout affects your life? It may impact your sleep, your job- even your love life. Right now, Quality Clinical Research is offering a free treatment option for adults diagnosed with Gout ages 19-70. See if you qualify.
We are doing this study to learn more about the safety of a new mRNA (multivalent) Epstein-Barr Virus vaccine. EBV is the main cause of an illness called infectious mononucleosis, which occurs more often when you are exposed as a teenager or young adult.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the safety, tolerability, to see if your body develops antibodies to help control celiac disease. Every participant will be required to fast for most appointments and be available for all visits. Participants will also complete 4 1-day gluten challenge tests about every 12 weeks.
Cytomegalovirus or CMV is a common virus that rarely affects healthy people. Once infected in remains in your body for life and is a cause of concern for women of childbearing potential and for those who have had an organ, stem cell or bone marrow transplant, the virus can be deadly. Children who are born with the virus often suffer from weakened immune systems.
The purpose of this study is to see if a new type of shingles vaccine is well tolerated and can help the body make antibodies to help fight off shingles outbreaks in older adults. Every participant will receive two shingles vaccinations. There is no fake shot on this study.
Are you having trouble controlling your blood pressure? We are looking for subjects who are affected by uncontrolled hypertension to participate in a research study to investigate a new treatment option.
The purpose of this study is to check the safety and effectiveness of an investigational Measles, Mumps, Rubella, and chickenpox vaccine. This is a six-month study, including three office visits and two phone call follow-ups. Qualified participants may be compensated $120 per visit for time and travel.
Migraines affect millions of people every year and often become recurring headaches that can cause severe pain, usually to one side of the head. These painful headaches can be debilitating without treatment and can sometimes continue for a person’s entire life.