How to Treat Vitiligo in a Clinical Trial
Vitiligo Clinical Trial in Alabama Happening Now
Do you have vitiligo and want to explore new treatment options? You may be perfect for our Vitiligo Clinical Trial in Alabama! Cahaba Clinical Research is currently accepting participants for our new clinical study created to help treat vitiligo, and you may be a perfect fit. Keep reading to learn more about the Vitiligo Clinical Trial in Alabama, how to pre-qualify, and how it might help treat your skin condition.
What is the Vitiligo Clinical Trial in Alabama?
A clinical trial is any research study that prospectively assigns human participants or groups of humans to one or more health-related interventions to evaluate the effects on health outcomes. Clinical trials may also be referred to as interventional trials. This particular study was created to learn more about how to treat vitiligo with an investigational medication that is seeking FDA approval.
Clinical trials offer participants exclusive access to the latest research, cutting-edge technology, and the best possible treatments for their condition. If you have tried everything to treat your vitiligo and want to try something new, we want to hear from you!
How Can I Qualify for the Clinical Trial?
If you have vitiligo and want a new treatment option, we want to hear from you! Here’s how to qualify:
- Fill out a quick form. Let us know that you are interested in participating by providing us with your contact information. We will not ask you for proof of medical insurance or proof of citizenship.
- Screening call. We will then reach out to you to conduct the initial screening call, which will pre-qualify you to move forward in the process.
- Meet with us. We will then ask you to come to our facility for an in-person medical exam to further determine your eligibility for the study.
- Get started! If you meet the guidelines of the study, you will be asked to join and you will start the clinical trial process. You will be compensated for your time and travel for all study appointments.
Study participants can look forward to the following benefits as part of this process:
- Free medical consultation and health exam
- Free lab tests
- Free groundbreaking medications
- Free transportation or travel reimbursement
- Generous monetary compensation
- Strict safety protocols
- Full HIPAA-compliant privacy guaranteed
Who Conducts the Vitiligo Clinical Trial in Alabama?
Cahaba Clinical Research is a professional dermatology facility designed for FDA-governed clinical trials focused on preventing, detecting, and treating skin conditions that are often difficult to cure. Dr. Groysman, our principal investigator, serves as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at the University of Alabama Birmingham and specializes in medical, surgical, cosmetic and laser dermatology.
If you do not have vitiligo but have another troubling skin condition you want to treat, we offer a wide variety of clinical trials related to skin conditions. Visit us at CahabaClinicalResearch.com for more information and to pre-qualify for one of our studies.