Pulmonary Care Research Group conducts clinical trials with patients that experience asthma, COPD, MAC or GERD/Reflux. These studies are for investigational medications that may treat patients’ symptoms.
So you may be asking yourself, “Should I participate in a clinical trial?” Participating in a clinical trial makes you one of the first participants involved in a potentially ground-breaking research study that can have a profound impact on the field of medicine.
What is a Clinical Trial?
Clinical research includes trials that test new treatments and therapies as well as long–term natural history studies, which provide valuable information about how disease and health progress.
Are Clinical Trials Safe?
It is important to note that Pulmonary Care of Central Florida only does Phase III & IV clinical trials. This means that the medications are already proven as safe for the patients.
Benefits of Participating in a Clinical Trial
Not only can participating in a clinical trial help with ground-breaking medical care, it also has other benefits including:
- Participants receive expert care from specialists in the field
- Treatment is performed at NO COST and without insurance requirements
- Possible compensation for time and travel throughout the treatment
- The potential to help others while also improving your own health
How Do I Participate in a Clinical Trial?
If you are interested in participating in one of these studies, you can visit Pulmonary Care Research Group Clinical Trials Page to see if you are eligible for our current research studies.