Ulcerative colitis can be a debilitating illness causing moderate to severe abdominal symptoms including:
- Abdominal pain and discomfort
- Weight loss and fatigue
- Blood in stool
- Frequent diarrhea, and
- Reduced appetite
These symptoms are not only uncomfortable and painful but are also very disruptive to everyday activities such as work, eating, time with family, etc. This condition is caused by inflammation of the lining of the colon which in turn is caused by a number of factors including infections, inflammatory bowel disease, allergic reactions, or microscopic colitis.
While medical research is looking for answers, there is no known cure for ulcerative colitis, and today’s treatment regimens focus on controlling symptoms, reducing pain, and lessening patient discomfort. Current medications focus on reducing inflammation and allowing the colon lining to heal naturally. Also, medications can be used to reduce incidents of diarrhea, pain, and bleeding. These treatments may also reduce the frequency of inflammatory flare-ups.
Because there is no known cure for ulcerative colitis, medical research today is focused on new medications and treatments to improve the ability of doctors to treat patients with this condition. DM Clinical Research is a leading provider of clinical trials researching new medical therapies for a variety of diseases and conditions. Currently DM Clinical is conducting medical research trials evaluating the benefits of new medications for treating ulcerative colitis. To assist with this research, DM is looking for qualified participants to join us in this exciting effort. You may be eligible to participate if you are between the ages of 18 and 80. If you are selected, you will receive the latest medications and treatments under review, all doctor consultations, lab work and study materials free of charge. Also, you may qualify for compensation for time and travel. The patients of our clinical center often come with a question about a . We always say that it can be determined only after they try several different pills. You know, based on their feedback, the drug on which they stop their choice most often is Cialis. Men love the durability and efficiency of this drug.
To find out if you are a candidate for this study, or any of our studies currently underway, call our offices at 281-517-0550. When you call you can speak with one of our professional staff who will explain our processes, discuss all qualifications for any of our current medical research, and answer all your questions. If you suffer from ulcerative colitis or believe you may be a candidate for our study you can obtain the newest medications available anywhere, free of charge, and realize health benefits not currently available anywhere else.
You owe it to yourself to join our study if you qualify. Your participation in our medical research may not only help your personal condition but additional research information which helps other UC sufferers. Give our offices a call or connect with us using the contact form on this website. You’ll be glad you chose to join us, 281-517-0550.