Aventiv Research offers rosacea clinical trials in Columbus to help find advances in medical knowledge for the disorder. Around 16 million Americans have rosacea and a large portion of these people aren’t being treated for it.
The symptoms of rosacea can vary in intensity from patient to patient, making it a difficult disorder to treat. And while there is no known cure, there are a number of medical therapies used to treat the condition.
Currently Enrolling Rosacea Clinical Trials
Currently, we are actively enrolling in a research study for men and women who suffer from rosacea. This study will observe the effects of an investigational treatment for rosacea. Qualifying applications may receive compensation.
What is the Purpose of Clinical Trials for Rosacea?
Since the cause of rosacea is unknown, clinical trials are a crucial part of understanding and fighting the condition. Rosacea clinical trial research can cover such topics as:
- How the immune system, neurovascular system, and genetics might be involved in the cause of rosacea
- If, and how, specific medications and therapies can help those suffering from rosacea
- Determining whether educating those suffering from rosacea about the condition can help improve their quality of life
- Whether it’s possible to create a cure for the disorder
What are the Benefits of Enrolling in a Rosacea Clinical Trial?
- Patients are given close medical evaluation and attention from a team of physicians and research coordinators – at no cost! This includes:
- Physical examinations
- Laboratory tests
- Counseling on lifestyle management
- Access to innovative therapies that are not publicly available
- It provides researchers with increasingly important data that helps identify the causes and shape the future of treatment for rosacea
- Compensation for time and travel. Health insurance is not necessary.
On top of these benefits, participants will also receive compensation for time and travel.
Ready to Volunteer?
Volunteer today to see if you qualify for our Rosacea clinical research study, Qualified volunteers will be compensated for time and travel.