Qualifying for a Rheumatoid Arthritis Clinical Trial

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a serious disease affecting the joints and bones. It is classified as an autoimmune disease which is a condition in which the body’s immune system attacks the body’s joints, linings, and cartilage. This causes swelling, inflammation, and pain and can reduce a person’s mobility and cause loss of function. Early diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis is important as it has been found that treatment results are best if symptoms are treated early and aggressively. While RA most often affects the hands, feet, knees, and ankles, it can also affect other parts of the body. It is estimated that approximately 1½ million people in the United States suffer from RA with women being three times more likely than men to have the condition.
 
The disease generally occurs between the ages of 30 to 60 years old. At the present time, there are no cures for RA although there are medications available which can help relieve its symptoms. Physical therapy is also sometimes recommended as part of an overall RA treatment plan. In some cases, surgery is recommended to help alleviate RA related problems. Even the consumption of fish and plant oils have shown some promising results.
 
DM Clinical Research is currently conducting rheumatoid arthritis clinical trials designed to investigate new approaches to RA treatments. These trials are currently open to accepting new participants, and if you satisfy the following criteria, you may qualify to become a member. Participants must be 18 years or older and currently take medications for the treatment of RA. If you satisfy this criterion, you may qualify for one of our no-cost rheumatoid arthritis clinical trials.
 
When you become a patient in our rheumatoid arthritis clinical trials, you’ll receive a thorough medical evaluation, all physician visits, necessary lab work, and all study related treatments and medications. All of this will be provided to you at no cost. Also, you may receive reimbursement for time and travel expenses. By participating in our rheumatoid arthritis clinical trials, you will receive the very latest in RA treatment medications and approaches.
 
DM Clinical Research has completed over 253 clinical studies. If you believe you qualify for our rheumatoid arthritis clinical trial, please call our direct RA line, 281-401-9803, and speak with one of our professional staff. They will be happy to answer your questions, give you all the information you need to decide if you would like to participate, and explain to you the process of our trials and how to apply. You may also call our main number at 281-517-0550 and speak with one of our staff members. DM Clinical Research is in the business of helping to advance medicine and medical treatments across a wide array of conditions. Give us a call today.
 

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