Have you heard of Prozac®, Cymbalta®, Aricept®, Imitrex® or Paxel®? Maybe you take one of them. These are just a few medications that California Clinical Trials (CCT) was instrumental in getting to the market through their medical research studies. Since 1986, CCT has conducted hundreds of medical research studies.
As a participant in a clinical trial, you could help get much-needed medications to the public. If you do not have health insurance, clinical trials are a way to get study-related medical care.
When you qualify for a study, you receive compensation – the amount depends on the study and level of involvement. Study-related medical care and medications or treatments are at no cost to you. Initially, you will be phone screened by a Study Recruiter. If you meet criteria via a phone screen, an appointment will be made for you to meet with the doctor.
After appropriate tests and exams, it is decided whether you qualify for a study. It is up to you whether to participate or not. Of course, all of your information is kept completely confidential.
CCT is proud to be a long-term partner with the Parkinson’s Resource Organization and is excited to be a part of their Wellness Village as a resource for medical advancements to those in the Parkinson’s world.
Currently, CCT has studies for those who are healthy and those who may have depression, mild memory loss, Alzheimer’s or schizophrenia. A Parkinson’s disease study in association with the Michael J. Fox Foundation is upcoming. Call today or click on Clinical Trials in PRO’s WELLNESS VILLAGE at ParkinsonsResource.org/wellness-village/ to find out if you or a loved one may qualify for a study.