Advances In Health is evaluating investigational medications to see if they safely and effectively reduce heavy bleeding & pain during your period, caused from uterine fibroids.
You may be eligible to participate if you:
- Have (or think you have) Uterine Fibroids
- Have heavy periods
Eligible Participants will receive, at no cost:
study medication, feminine products, study-related exam and care. You may be reimbursed for travel and parking expenses.
To Learn More Call 713-795-5964
ADVANCES IN HEALTH
7515 South Main, Suite 360
Houston, TX 77030
How does clinical research make a difference in the future?
Only through clinical research and research studies, are scientist able to gain answers about the safety and effectiveness of new drugs and new treatments.
For the advancement of medicine and for research, clinical trials are necessary. A great deal of effort, research, and precautions go into each and every clinical trial that is released into the public, with the aim of a greater good in the advancement of medicine.
Without volunteers for clinical trials, the study would get nowhere. At Advances In Health, our goal is to advance in the area of women’s healthcare, with the help of volunteers and participants in our studies. If you are interested in being a volunteer for a clinical study, we invite you to contact us directly. From here, we can best determine if you are a good fit for the particular trial. We can also answer any questions or concerns that you may have.
Learn more about our research studies today.
What is a clinical research?
Clinical research is necessary for medical advancement. Scientists are interested in discovering better ways to prevent and treat disease. Treatments might be new drugs, or a new combination of existing drugs. The goal is to determine if a new treatment or drug is safe and works to treat a specific disease.
Why volunteer for a clinical study?
Volunteers participate for a variety of reasons. Some participate to help others and to contribute to the future of medicine. Participants with a disease, participate to learn more about their disease and possibly receive the newest treatments. Participants also volunteer because they are able to receive additional care and attention from the clinical study staff.
Volunteer participation in clinical trials is essential, to help scientist gain new insight and new answers to preventing and treating diseases.