Metabolic and Autoimmune Disorders

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  • Oxnard

    Lupus

    Lupus is a complex autoimmune disorder where the body mistakenly attacks its tissues. This phase 1 clinical trial aims to assess the safety, dosage, and side effects of a novel treatment for SLE in a controlled group, paving the way for effective, targeted therapies. Criteria & Qualifications: • More than 18 years. Compensation: Contact us for more information

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  • Oxnard

    NASH

    Coming Soon! NASH is a quiet liver disease that often shows no symptoms until it's severe. It starts with extra liver fat and can lead to serious liver damage. Early action is key to preventing it from getting worse.   Criteria & Qualifications: • Must be between 18 and 75 years old, and can be either a man or a woman.
    • Must be obese with a BMI of 27 or higher.
    • Diagnosed with Fatty Liver Disease.   Compensation: Contact us for more information

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  • Camarillo

    NASH Study

    Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a condition where fat accumulates in the liver. NASH, the more severe form, causes swelling and damage to the liver. Currently, there is no existing treatment for NASH.   Criteria & Qualifications:  • Is at least 18 years of age or older.
    • Inflammation and liver damage, also known as Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
    • Must be weight stable for 6 months.
      Compensation: Up to $3,000.

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  • Oxnard

    NASH Study

    Coming Soon! NASH is a liver disease with inflammation and damage from fat buildup. If you have NASH, consider participating in our study to help find new treatments. Criteria & Qualifications:  • Must be 18 years or older.
    • Diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis.
    • Is willing to provide medical records. Compensation: Contact us for more information

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  • Oxnard

    Obesity Study

    This clinical trial is being conducted to investigate the effects of a study drug on morbidity and mortality in adults living with overweight problems, to provide evidence of its potential clinical benefits.   Criteria & Qualifications: • Males and Females in good general health.
    • BMI greater than 27.   Compensation: Up to $800.

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